If you would prefer to post from your own account, go to apps.twitter.com, create your own OAuth tokens with read and write permissions, and paste them into the script.
Create a new directory within your “tessel-code” directory:
mkdir tessel-tweet; cd tessel-tweet; t2 init
Use npm to install the Twitter library that the Node.js community has built:
npm install twitter
Rename the “index.js” file you’ve just created to “tweet.js”, then copy and paste the below script over the existing text:
Change the “twitterHandle” var to your own Twitter handle and save.
Make sure you’re connected to Wifi, then run:
t2 run tweet.js
Bonus: Try making Tessel tweet output from a module.
Extra bonus: What’s another Node module you can try out? Maybe Twilio, PubNub, Plotly, Firebase? Surf around on npm until you find a Node library you like, then try using it with Tessel.