Twitz Coding Session in Go — Cobra + Viper CLI for Parsing Text Files

  1. Twitz Coding Session in Go — Cobra + Viper CLI for Parsing Text Files (this post)
  2. Twitz Coding Session in Go — Cobra + Viper CLI with Initial Twitter + Cassandra Installation
  3. Twitz Coding Session in Go — Cobra + Viper CLI Wrap Up + Twitter Data Retrieval
  1. The ability to import a text file of Twitter handles that are mixed in among a bunch of other text.
  2. The ability to clean up that list.
  3. The ability to export the cleaned up list of handles to a text, csv, JSON, xml, or plain text file.
  4. The ability, using the Twitter API, to pull data form the bio, latest tweets, and other related information.
Github!

Implementing the `twitz config` Command

Implementation for config

Implementing the `twitz parse` Command

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