This might be trivial but since I do not find an example on the Github page, I would like to give a sample implementation.
# Public: Retrieves Twitter User IDs for the followers. # # Returns Array of Twitter User IDs. # def get_follower_ids follower_ids =  next_cursor = -1 while next_cursor != 0 cursor = client.follower_ids(:cursor => next_cursor) follower_ids.concat cursor.collection next_cursor = cursor.next_cursor end follower_ids end # Public: Retrieves Twitter Users the user is following. # # Returns Array of Twitter::User. # def get_friends friends =  get_friend_ids.each_slice(100) do |ids| friends.concat client.users(ids) end friends end
This example shows you how to use Twitter::Cursor and with Twitter API, you can only get 100 user information at a time (that’s why I have each_slice(100) ).