Livefyre replaces static comment sections with dynamic, real-time conversations to help build engaged online communities. The Livefyre APIs let users create their own community and revenue-generating widgets. The API returns data such as comments, conversations, active profiles, site resources and more. It uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON.
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The Livefyre Android SDK authored by Gibron Kury, offers guides to integrate in Android Studio and Eclipse. Livefyre engage consumers through social reviews posted in social media and integrated in web platforms. With this in mind, the author created a sample app to study how to include reviews into a web app. This is the reference implementation: https://github.com/Livefyre/StreamHub-Android-Reviews-App
Use the official Livefyre iOS SDK to integrate as a CocoaPod or Xcode subproject. API capabilities allow customers to experience real time marketing campaigns with social media in galleries, media walls, maps, and sidenotes applications. Requirements include iOS 6.0 or higher. By Eugene Scherba.