This site serves data for Shields.io to provide eye-catching badges for your Open Source 📝 README files and websites, to indicate which Twitter API versions or features your project supports.
Here is an example 📄 Markdown file (opens in new tab) with links to relevant documentation. You can use the badges in HTML, ReStructured Text or other formats, too.
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