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The Instagram Graph API is Now Available to All Developers. For Non-Business Instagram Accounts please continue to use the existing Instagram API. The Instagram API Platform can be used to build non-automated, authentic, high-quality apps and services that: Help individuals share their own content with 3rd party apps. Getting Started Register We'll assign an OAuth client_id and client_secret for each of your applications. Platform Policy Before you start using the API Platform, we have a few guidelines that we'd like to tell you about. Instagram users own their media. Related:  APIs

Getting Started on the Google+ API - Google+ Platform Blog The Google+ project brings the nuance and richness of real-life sharing to software. The Google+ platform brings that nuance and richness to all of the web. We started with Google’s own products, added the +1 button for site owners and content publishers, and introduced games from a handful of partners. Let's Go Public Google+ gives users full control over their information, supporting everything from intimate conversations with family to public showcases and debates. GET which returns the following JSON encoded output (excerpted for brevity): Similarly, you can get a list of my most recent public posts by using the activities.list method: GET Because we’re starting with public data only, you simply need to register your app before making requests. GET On The Shoulders of Giants developers.google.com

Blog badges Mini Badges Utilisez ces badges pour intégrer un lien sur votre blog ou site Web vers votre profil SlideShare. Les badges existent dans différentes tailles et formes. Connectez-vous maintenant ! Swiffy As part of our transition of display ads to HTML5. the Swiffy Flash conversion tool is no longer available. We will continue to serve the Swiffy runtimes, so any files you have already converted will continue to play. Today more consumers are using the web in HTML5 compatible environments than Flash-compatible environments. In order to reach as large an audience as possible, we encourage everyone to transition to HTML5 authoring. Developers who currently create Flash SWF files have several ways to switch to HTML5 including Adobe Animate and Google Web Designer.

Importing GIS Data Into a GPS Unit GPS units are often used to gather data for export to, and use in, GIS. But there may be times when you might want to do the opposite – take GIS data and export it to a GPS. For example, you might have an area shapefile demarcating survey areas, and it could be helpful to import the boundaries of that area into your GPS unit, so that you’ll know when you’re inside (or outside) the survey area. Or you might have a point shapefile with the positions of sampling spots; it would be convenient to be able to import those sampling spot positions into a GPS as waypoints, and then use the waypoint positions to navigate to them. Two of the programs I’ve posted about earlier have the capability to import GIS data in shapefile format into a GPS unit. There are three kinds of shapefiles: point, line, and area/polygon. GPS Trackmaker – This program has the ability to open point, line and area shapefiles, and upload the data to a GPS. 1. 2. 3. If you do use DNRGarmin, the process is straightforward:

Rhyming Dictionary API You can use RhymeBrain.com results for your own projects and web sites. There are some limitations: We cannot guarantee that RhymeBrain will remain available all the time. If you use RhymeBrain.com's results in a web site, you must link back to rhymebrain.com on the same page as the results are presented. If you use RhymeBrain.com's results in an application, you must acknowledge RhymeBrain.com in your application's About screen. Include RhymeBrain.com results on your web site To include RhymeBrain.com rhyming results on your web site, include this code in your HTML. <form action="javascript:RhymeBrainSubmit()"><input type=text id="RhymeBrainInput"><input type=submit value="Rhyme"></form><script type="text/javascript"> var RhymeBrainMaxResults = 50; </script><script type="text/javascript" src=" Rhyme results are provided by <a href=" Demonstration Rhyme results are provided by RhymeBrain.com Rhyming Example

Facebook Opens up 'Activity Stream' to External Developers - PCWorld Business Center Google+ profile Badge types Because Google+ pages, profiles, and communities are different, we offer slightly different versions of the badges: Profiles Allow people to easily find you on Google+ and add you to a circle directly from your website. Pages Includes the profile badge features and adds some additional functionality. Communities Help people find your community and engage with other users on a topic they find interesting. If you require a smaller widget, you might also consider using the Google+ Follow button: Google+ badge for people Person badge tag The Google+ badge allows visitors to engage with you directly from the badge itself. You can also use an HTML5-valid badge tag by setting the class attribute to g-person, and prefixing any badge attributes with data-. The Google+ badge can show a link to your Google+ profile and an Add to circles button. Example badge sizes Tag attributes for the person badge These parameters control settings for each badge. Google+ badge for pages Page Badge Tag JavaScript API

doug/depthjs Facebook Comments - Social Plugins A part of the comments plugin is a powerful moderation tool. This tool makes it easy and fast for your community management team to moderate multiple comments at once. Setup To use the comments moderation tool, you need to complete the moderation setup instructions. Moderation Setup Instructions Please note that you cannot use the Graph API to reply to comments made via the Comments Plugin. Dashboard There are 2 ways to navigate to the moderation tool: 1. 2. Moderation View We show both moderation views in the screenshots below. In the moderation table, you can either approve or hide comments depending on their status. 1. In this moderation view, all comments for a specific url will be displayed. 2. In this moderation view, all comments for your application will be displayed. 3. Comments that have been flagged by users or Facebook will be displayed here. 4. To better split up work between developers, you can use the this feature to assign comments to yourself for moderation. Settings Moderators

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