Flickr Mashups

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 30, 2007 - Computers - 419 pages
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Expert Flickr developer David Wilkinson guides you through a series of software projects that show you how to build mashups using the popular photo service Flickr. He explains the process of remixing Flickr on your own web site and then mashing it up. Along the way, youíll learn how to take advantage of mashup technologies such as REST, Ajax, RSS, and JSON. Plus, hands-on examples will help you gain the skills to design a variety of remixes and mashups that take advantage of Flickrís core services.
  

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Contents

Rewriting the Web
3
Flickr A Short Tour
23
Getting Ready to Mash
43
The Flickr API
61
Flickr Feeds
87
Remixing Flickr Using the API
115
Authenticating with Flickr
147
Uploading Photos
169
Visualizing the News
219
Searching the Blogosphere
241
Displaying Your Photos with Google Maps
255
Caching Your Data
289
Answers to Exercises
338
Flickr API Methods
379
Response Data Structures
385
Useful Resources
399

Remixing Flickr Using Greasemonkey
179
Working with ImageMagick
201

Common terms and phrases

References to this book

About the author (2007)

David Wilkinson is a highly skilled freelance technical consultant and programmer with more than 20 years' experience in the IT industry, delivering business-critical systems to many blue-chip companies, including BP, Jaguar, Land Rover, Tesco, and Lloyds TSB. He also acts as operations manager at Utata, a community web site supporting photographers all over the world, and is responsible for the operation of the Utata site and its integration with Flickr. A keen amateur photographer, he discovered Flickr in its very early days and been a staunch advocate of it ever since.

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