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Flickr API Class: Get information from Flickr photo sharing service

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2005-09-30 (9 years ago) RSS 2.0 feedStarStarStar 49%Total: 2,096 All time: 1,760 This week: 1,529Up
Version License Categories  
flickr_api_class 1.0GNU General Public Lice...Content management, Web services
Description Author  

This class can be used to retrieve information associated to an user account of the Flickr photo sharing Web service.

It provides functions to retrieve information about users, groups, photo sets and photo information.

It can cache information retrieved in prior requests either in a local database or on local files.

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File Role Description
Plain text file class.flickr.php Class Main flickr class. Contains all the api methods.
Accessible without login Plain text file documentation Data Contains links to documentation pages

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Needed packages  
Class DownloadWhy it is needed Dependency
cURL Download .zip .tar.gz Used to send request to flickr if cURL enabled on server Required
MySQL Table Wrapper Download .zip .tar.gz Used for caching the Flickr requests and responses if db cache enabled Required
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Too much dependencies.
2 years ago (Diego Ritzel)
Great and simple to use.
6 years ago (Thiago Henrique Pojda)