Gravatar is a web service that lets users create profiles and avatars called Gravatars. A Gravatar is an image that follows you from site to site appearing beside your name when you do things like comment or post on a blog. Gravatar has several developer services that do not require application authentication (although to edit user information in XML-RPC a user must be authenticated).
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This package enables Gravatar image management and modification functionalities in partner applications. The SDK supports listing images, uploading images, and listing account email addresses. The latest version is 2.4.14.
The Gravatar PHP SDK by Gravatar allows to communicate with the API to access avatar photo data. With the SDK, developers can send HTTP requests to the API by working with the XML-RPC format. The aim is to find out if an image is available using an email address, submit an image, and assign an image to its respective URL.
The Gravatar Ruby SDK by Gravatar can generate image URLs and communicate with the XML-RPC API. The SDK aims to be useful to implement avatar photos in an application. Resources include installation, usage, and configuration.
The Gravatar PERL SDK by Gravatar communicates with the API to access avatar data. Resources include addresses, user images, and tests. Gravatar URL's assist developers to request gravatar images and profile data. Available resources at https://en.gravatar.com/site/implement/
The Gravatar .NET SDK by Gravatar allows to communicate with the API to access avatar data. With the SDK, developers can create, delete, and select an avatar photo without leaving an application. Resources include addresses, user image, and URL.