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  • * [http://community.paperthin.com/projects/ADF/docs/library/ Library (API)] - updated for ADF v2.6.0 * [[Library|Library (API)]] - v1.x
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  • If you are having trouble using the Content Creation API to update a Custom Element and your populate_content_error.log file in the
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  • Lets say in your Twitter application you wanted to have various settings like API Limit and Retweet Style. By having these settings your application can be
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  • standard CommonSpot Content Creation API. The ADF CCAPI will not work if the CommonSpot Content Creation API is not configured correctly.
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  • Note: CommonSpot must be configured to allow API calls before using the ADF CCAPI components. ...read the section of the '''Developers Guide''' on the '''Content Creation API'''
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  • ...ked, the Add button will create the new subsite using the content creation API.
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  • ...ed - the Add button will create the new subsite using the content creation API.
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  • ...project allows CS Owners to easily import content via the Content Creation API. The basic controls import subsites and page content into Formatted Text B
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  • There are many [[Library|ADF Library (API)]] components. They are all easy to call anywhere in your code. All of th
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  • The Content Creation API (CCAPI) must be configured for your site. The [[CCAPI_Config|CCAPI Configu
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  • '''Important''': The Content Creation API (CCAPI) must be configured for your site. The [[CCAPI_Config|CCAPI Configu
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  • Content Creation API component for working with the CCAPI. Component to provide a layer for the CommonSpot Taxonomy API. Easily create a taxonomy object for querying the CommonSpot sites taxonom
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • ...to this method will return a component which contains all of the Taxonomy API calls available in the CommonSpot Taxonomy.
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  • <td>CS Taxonomy API Object intialized to the proper taxonomy</td>
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  • <td>CS Taxonomy API Object intialized to the proper taxonomy</td>
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  • Return to [[Library|Library (API)]] <div id='library-api'>
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  • ADF Applications are a combination of custom coding, CommonSpot API calls, and CommonSpot Custom Elements. Applications can do many things but ...wse.cfm CommonSpot Community Site] to learn what others are doing with the API's
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  • CommonSpot Custom Field Types (CFT) is one of (if not THE) most powerful API's available to you as a developer. Custom Field Types are described in det However, in summary a Custom Field Type is an API that allows you to interact with any custom form (Custom Element, Metadata
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  • Part of the Paperbook Application requires a Facebook API Key to enable your site to use a feature called Connect. Facebook Connect If you do not have a Facebook API Key you will need to [[How to create a Facebook Application| create a Faceb
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  • If you don't already have a Facebook Platform API key for your site, create an application with the Facebook Developer applic Note: Even if you have created an application and received an API key, you should review steps 4 through 8 and make sure your application set
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  • Lets say in your Twitter application you wanted to have various settings like API Limit and Retweet Style. By having these settings your application can be
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  • * Library API Review <b>Content Creation API [Exercise]</b>
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  • ...n. If you want to include the link, it is shortened using Bit.ly via their API. The Tweet Box allows your site visitors to tweet directly from your site. ...wing users to tweet directly from your site, it uses TweetMeme.com’s own API to provide a "Tweet this" button on a page. The functionality overlaps a l
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  • ...ree URL shortening service. [http://bit.ly/a/your_api_key/ get your Bit.ly api key] Don't worry you will not have to write a single line of code to use these two API's, we just need to add those values to the configuration XML file in any te
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  • A Follow Button custom element was developed using Twitter's @Anywhere API. It is extremely easy to use.
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  • The Tweet Box custom element was developed using Twitter's @Anywhere API. It is extremely easy to use.
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  • The Tweet Button custom element was developed using TweetMeme's API. It differs from the Tweet Box in that it is much smaller on the page, movi
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  • A Activity Feed custom element was developed using Facebook's Social Plugins API. It is extremely easy to use.<br /><br />
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  • <!--- // invoke the login API call ---> <!--- // set the ssid which is used for the remainder of the calls to the API --->
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  • ...lled on a regular basis and cached for display purposes to avoid exceeding API quota limits
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  • ===Facebook API Tab=== # '''apiFacebookAPIKey''' - The API Key you receive when you register your App on Facebook
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  • <!-- API Key is no longer used by Facebook --> # Make note of (or Copy) the App ID, API Key, and the App secret that is generated for your new Facebook application
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  • # Facebook API Tab # WordPress API Tab
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  • <h3>Tab #2: Facebook API</h3> <h3>Tab #3: Twitter API</h3>
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  • * Added the CSAPI wrapper for the CommonSpot API command engine.
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  • Don't worry you will not have to write a single line of code to use Facebooks API's, we just need to add those values to the configuration XML file in any te
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  • Don't worry you will not have to write a single line of code to use Facebooks API's, we just need to add those values to the configuration XML file in any te
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