Instagram is a photo sharing iPhone app and service. Users take photos and can share them with Instagram contacts, as well as friends on other social networks like Twitter and Facebook. The Instagram API provides access to user authentication, friend connections, photos and all the other elements of the iPhone app--including uploading new media.
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The Instagram Objective-C Sample Code by Zeev Vax demonstrates how to browse images. It contains code to set up work space, access file, and locate images. References also include image view controller, image information, and image browser.
The Instagram Ruby Sample Code by deeeki demonstrates how to communicate with the API, providing resources to access with client ID, client secret, and token. As a result, developers will obtain an anonymous picture from Instagram.
The Instagram ActionScript sample code demonstrates how to interact with the API capabilities to share media and meet users. Author Khaled Garbaya created this project based on the Instagram ActionScript 3 library available at https://github.com/Khaledgarbaya/Instagras
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