The Gfycat API returns GIF data to get, create, update, share, and react to current animations. Developers can authenticate with OAuth2, request over secure HTTPS, and receive JSON responses. Developers can access methods for creating and managing GIFs, as well as transparent stickers. There are available SDKs for web, Android, and iOS. Gfycat is an animated GIF creation and sharing platform.
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The Gfycat Upload Gifs Android Sample Code demonstrates how to upload gifs via UploadManager class. The flow consists in creating a key request, uploading a video content with Gfycat metadata, and waiting while the server processes the file.