The Line Social REST operates as a social media platform for users that sign up for Line accounts. Subscribers can use the Line accounts to make or receive friend requests and communicate freely with their friends. The API supports a variety of communication formats that include messages, one-on-one and group chats, audio, and video as well as images. The RESTful API sends HTTP-formatted requests and returns JSON-formatted responses.
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The Line Java SDK is written in the Java language to aid construction of bot tools for Android apps. The SDK communicates with the Line Messaging API and requires the onwards of Java 8. Developers can install the SDK’s modules using Maven or Gradle because it is already been uploaded in the Maven Central Repository. Its repository hosts four bot modules that include: API client Library, model classes, bot servers’ Java servlet tools, and bot servers’ Spring Boot auto configuration library.
Developers can use the Line Objective-C SDK to integrate their iOS applications with the LINE Messaging API. The SDK supports the automatic authentication and authorization of users in addition to providing methods for calling Messaging API and retrieving user profiles.