Indexes your Twitter archive .zip file so you can search your tweets by keyword or phrase.
Just download the binary executable for your OS and execute it from the command line.
By default, assumes you have a local PostgreSQL instance running on port 5432. Create a database named "tweetarchive".
$ createdb -E UTF8 tweetarchive
Run the web app:
Go to /upload, click on the file button, selected your downloaded Twitter archive .zip file, and click Upload. Your archive will be indexed for full-text search.
Navigate to http://127.0.0.1:13331/ in your browser, type terms in to the box and hit enter to search your tweets!
-dbname=<name>: name of the PostgreSQL database to store your tweets, default "tweetarchive"
-dbhost=<host>: database hostname, default "localhost"
-dbport=<port>: database port, default 5432
-port=<port>: port of the web application, default 13331
This app is written in Go for the server and uses AngularJS for the front-end.
It has a bare-bones Bootstrap style. It needs a lot of help, check out the
This work is copyright 2013 Paul Smith and is licensed under the Apache License
Version 2.0, see