Whilst working on a client's site we needed a way of generating a Table of Contents based on the content the client had entered. As the content changed often we didn't want to have to manually update the table so I created this MODX plugin that generates the table for you.
As of version 1.3, TwitterX now supports viewing Twitter lists created by you or others. This article outlines the new options available and how to use them.
I have just committed some changes to MODX extra TwitterX which now includes the ability to do basic searches, specify multiple screen_names and several bug fixes. Here's a quick summary of what's updated.
Since Twitter has now changed to enforce authentication, this new MODX extra loads Twitter statuses and timelines by using the new (and very annoying) Twitter 1.1 API. You will need to create a Twitter app and get the keys and tokens and this extra will do the rest.