Following its acquisition this week of Smyte, a “trust and safety as a service” company, Twitter has reportedly shuttered Smyte’s API with little warning to Smyte customers.
Smyte’s customers include well-known companies such as GoFundMe, Indiegogo, Zendesk and TaskRabbit, as well as npm, one of the world’s most widely-used package managers. According to TechCrunch, npm experienced a production outage as a result of the API shutdown.
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Smyte Leaves API Customers in the Dust after Twitter Acquisition