Sicuramente scriverò una banalità già nota ai più, ma lavorando a fondo con le API di FriendFeed, mi sono reso conto che è possibile mettere in Hide un post *solo* quando si consulta la timeline principale (il feed Home per intenderci). Se si esplorano i gruppi o le liste, invece no.
[quesito tecnico linguistico] Ogni elemento (o thread) inserito su Friendfeed è definito (da specifiche) come "Entry". Come lo tradurreste in italiano: "voce", "elemento", "articolo", "post", ... boh ?
Now having done some more work against the API, I have to say that one of the greatest things about Friendfeed is the way it normalizes content from a bunch of different sites better than raw RSS could ever hope to. I find this inspiring.
Is there a way to get the filename for attached media, as it existed on the filesystem of the user who did the upload? The alt and title attributes are set to the uploaded filename on the friendfeed website, so it shows in a hoverover tooltip, but I can't see where to get this in the API.
Ok, so I built a little tool to batch-unsubscribe from FriendFeed users. It will be styled later, but it does the job. http://ffbatch.brettkelly.org - please test it out and let me know if it breaks :)
FriendFeed API is broken now. My FF Apps are screwed. FriendFeed's example OAuth App is also broken. http://friendfeed-api.appspot.com Sometimes FriendFeed becomes down and it SUCKS. However, we have a ***2010 DUCK***... Holy crap. Thank you FF Team. Happy new year, OK?
I just wrote a simple program which can download a public user's feeds (+attachments) and save them to your local file system. This program has been written in java under the GNU Public License (freeware). You may download the program and the source files from - http://www.speedyshare.com/files...
Hi everyone! I'm trying to upload an image to FF through my iPhone app.. I authenticated using OAuth and I am able to post an entry with title, links, etc. But when I try to add a file, the request times out. I'm using ASIHTTPRequest to build the POST request. Any idea?
anyone was able to upload any file (images or whatever) to FF using the python library at http://code.google.com/p...? if not, maybe using a different (still python) solution? I'm stuck on this, any help will be appreciated, thank you
FFHound! 1.1.0 is out! change log: + added realtime updates; + added option to don't show hidden entries; + added default picture for photo in entries; + incresed comments text size; * fixed images cache; * fixed crash on lists, searches, services; * fixed layout on device with small screen;