Yahoo! Mail Python Sample Code by Yahoo!
||Yahoo offers the Python sample code to illustrate the interaction with the API web services. The file, that downloads automatically, offers Python class with test cases for Y! Mail and Y! Photos. With the goal to serve better the developer community, Yahoo! invites to migrate projects to IMAP. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
Yahoo! Mail PERL Sample Code by Yahoo!
||Yahoo! offers a PERL sample code to demonstrate the interaction with API web services. This file downloads automatically to a computer and the contents include Perl class with test cases for Y! Mail and Y! Photos. Beginning 2015, Yahoo! will migrate projects from the previous API to IMAP service, due to popularity among developers and change to OAuth2. Request more information at email@example.com|
Yahoo! Mail Java Sample Code by Yahoo!
||The Yahoo! Mail Java sample code by Yahoo! downloads automatically from the official site. Although this example is valid to communicate with the API, Yahoo soon will migrate projects to IMAP to to a change of authentication from OAuth1 to OAuth2. For more information, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org|
Yahoo! Mail C# Sample Code by Yahoo!
||The Yahoo! Mail C# sample code by Yahoo! demonstrates how to communicate with web service. It requires Yahoo! Mail WSDL. The Yahoo! Mail API uses OAuth as authentication method. Developers who have worked in the past with this API, can contact Yahoo! to migrate their projects to IMAP. Send e-mail to email@example.com|
Yahoo! Mail Sample Code
||Yahoo! Mail code samples available in C#, Java, PERL, and Python languages. Each sample has different requirements and purposes. C# requires Yahoo! Mail WSDL and Java needs the same WSDL in addition to Axis2 SOAP library and JAX-WS library, while PERL and Python display test cases for Y! Mail and Y! Photos. Recently, Yahoo! has invited the developer community to migrate their projects to IMAP because of its popularity and the change from OAuth1 to OAuth2. Get in touch with Yahoo at firstname.lastname@example.org|