Posted by Doomshammer on Monday, June 25. 2007 at 14:58 in Anwendungen, Computer, English only, Flickr, Photography, Privat, Web
Yay! Another big step into "Pixlr goes Multiplatform" has been done. I just finished my first tests with the Ipernity API and I was already able to authenticate Pixlr with my Ipernity account.
The Ipernity API isn't that big yet, and most of the methods I need for Pixlr, aren't avail. yet - but according to the Iperntiy-Team, it will be expanded soon!
The biggest step for Pixlr to be usable for many different platform has been finished by me yesterday. I completelly wrote my own interface to the Flickr API. This means that Pixlr doesn't depend on the 3rd party module Flickr::API anymore but uses Pixlr::API::Flickr now. But that's not the big news... instead of calling Pixlr::API::Flickr, it now calls Pixlr::API( 'service' => 'flickr' ); this makes Pixlr easily extendable to other platforms (like Iperntiy or Zooomr). I also just finished the first beta of Pixlr::API::Ipernity and did some tests - which all worked fine. I'm curisous to test out all the other functions/methos with Ipernity - looking forward to it
On this way, a big thanks to Christophe from the Ipernity-Team for being so kind to offer me an API key for Pixlr