Twitter Statistics Suite lists exactly who has started following or unfollowing you, and who you have started following or unfollowing in the past 24 hours. Each user is displayed with their avatar and their username, with only 1 click away from their Twitter.com profile.
But wait! There’s more! The script also has an iPhone version, JSON API, and a XML API. So if you want to use these stats in your own script, it can be easily done with just a little coding knowledge.
As well as that, it also shows your account stats, including the following:
- Total number of Tweets you have posted
- The current number of followers you have
- The current number of friends you have
- How many lists you appear in
- How many favourite Tweets you have
- How many direct messages you have been sent
- How many Twitter users you are blocking
The suite also includes a list of Twitter related sites that you can access your page on that site with one click, which are:
- Simple setup
- Clean, slick, elegant and simple interface
- Secure login to main interface, and for the mobile/API version a 20 digit random API key is parsed via the URL.
- Uses Neuton font from Google Web Fonts
- Fully tested and Compatible with IE6 , IE7, IE8 , FireFox 2, FireFox 3, Safari 3, Safari 4, Safari 5, Mobile Safari (iTouch, iPhone & iPad), Opera 10, Opera Mini (iPhone), Chrome 4 and Chrome 5.
At times the demo may be a bit empty, so if you follow me @_phpdude or unfollow me, then you will appear in the list once the CRON has run.
Please note: This script is intended for a single account only. Due to the nature of the script and the amount of API requests, it can only be used for a single Twitter account. This script also requires the ability to set CRON jobs on your server. There are many 3rd party methods of achieving a CRON job if your server does not support them. Unfortunately I cannot assist in helping you set up the CRON job on your server.
31st January 2013
- Updated script to use v1.1 of Twitter’s API
3rd August 2011
- Bug fixes to API usage due to changes in Twitter’s API
- Applications must be read, write and access DMs in order to access the DM count for the dashboard