Vine is a service for mobile devices that allows users to create and share very short (6 seconds or less) looping videos. When a user publishes a video to Vine, it will appear in their profile and in the timelines of their followers. Videos can also be posted to Twitter and Facebook. The Vine API allows users to retrieve data from the service, including popular videos, user data, a user's timeline, videos matching a given tag, individual posts, and notifications.
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This Vine library allows to access vine.co. in Ruby language. The API accessed will be the unofficial that can be found on GitHub as VineAPI. Developers could benefit from Ruby language as an object-oriented language to select resources for video, mobile, and media projects. The library was created by Bryan Shelton.
This Vine library in Python language is a simple work that uses requests to access the unofficial Vine API. As an extensible programming language, Python can assist users to go beyond specific operations of video, mobile, and media projects. Steps include how to create a vine object, authenticate, and make requests. Created by developer Pilfer.
This Vine Node.js simple library by Will Smidlein works with the unofficial Vine API that is available on GitHub. Users should note that this is an initial commit that could serve as a starting point for video, mobile, and media developments.