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GetLinksBySwarm

Page history last edited by Brandon Geiger 11 years ago

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Description:

Allows you to get a collection of links for a swarm given a swarm id.

 

URL:

http://api.swarmforce.com/<version>/GetLinksBySwarm/

 

Return Formats: 

JSON

 

HTTP Method(s):

POST

 

Requires Authentication (about authentication):

None required.

 

API rate limited (about rate limiting):

1 call per request

 

Parameters:

  • swarm_id.  Required.  Specifies the ID of the swarm whose tweets you are trying to access. 
    • Example: 1026 (the id for the Social Revolution swarm)
  • count.  Optional.  Specifies the number of tweets to retrieve for the given call. Current maximum is 100.
  • page. Optional. Specifies the page of results to retrieve.
  • order. Optional. Specifies the order in which the results will be sorted.
    • Example: 1 - sorts by chronological order on date tweeted (not date created), 2 - sorts by karma
  • format. Optional. Specifies the requested return format. Current the only supported return format is JSON.
  • consumer_key. Optional. Specifies your application's consumer key. Does not count an API request against your IP address. Apply for one now.

 

 

Response (about return values): 

          JSON Object (truncated):

{

[

     {

          "karma":"36.458",

          "date_created":"2009-06-16 15:01:10",

          "date_updated":"2009-06-17 23:45:44",

          "url":"http://fndry.gr/d",

          "source":"twitter",

          "img":"http://images.pageglimpse.com/v1/thumbnails?devkey=9b463535be96d29ce58f347914ac9b30&size=small&root=yes..",

          "title":"TechStars Episode 3: A Community Party",

          "hits":"236",

          "destination":"http://www.feld.com/wp/archives/2009/06/techstars-episode-3-a-community-party.html?utm...",

          "shortner":""

    }

]

}

               

 

 

Usage examples:   

 

See Code Samples

 

 

 

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