How-to: rflickr Ruby Wrapper for Flickr API Share via FacebookShare via TwitterShare via LinkedinShare via Google+Share via RedditShare via Mail rflickr is a Ruby implementation of the Flickr API. It includes a faithful reproduction of the published API as well as method encapsulation to provide more useful object mappings. rflickr features result caching to improve performance. Track this How-To/Source-Code Submit a How-To/Source-Code Summary Followers Comments Comments (0) Comment * Leave this field blank Post Comment Followers (0) Track this Howto/Sourcecode Sorry, No Followers Specs Realated APIs Flickr Languages/Plateform Ruby Tags Library, Photos, Photos, Photos Added February 25, 2007 URL http://rubyforge.org/projects/rflickr Followers (0) /View all Track this Howto/Source code Related News Articles /View all Read/Write Photos Coming to Twitter API, Videos Next? Read/Write Photos Coming to Twitter API, Videos Next? Twitter added its own photo upload feature, after years of clients adding photos via APIs such as the TwitPic API. The new feature will be slowly rolled out on Twitter.com to all users. It is also ... News Adam DuVander Photos 2 months ago 4 Read/Write Photos Coming to Twitter API, Videos Next? Walgreens QuickPrints API-Powered Printicular App Passes Four Million Prints Walgreens QuickPrints API-Powered Printicular App Passes Four Million Prints MEA Mobile's Printicular App powered by the Walgreens API has passed four million prints. Walgreens will be speaking at the I Love APIs 2014 conference that will be held in San Francisco September ... Brief Janet Wagner Printing, Photos 2 months ago 0 Walgreens QuickPrints API-Powered Printicular App Passes Four Million Prints Pinterest, More Apple Than Google? Pinterest, More Apple Than Google? Why did Pinterest remove its API documentation earlier this year? Well, apparently there is no rush to release an already developed API to the public yet. In fact, it may not be released for a whil... News Kyle Kelly Photos, Social, API 5 months ago 1 Pinterest, More Apple Than Google?