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FeedlyKit

Feedly Cloud API client library written in swift

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FeedlyKit

Build Status SwiftPM compatible Carthage compatible Coverage Status GitHub release

Feedly Cloud API client library with Swift

Requirements

  • iOS 9.0+ / macOS 10.11+ / tvOS 9.0+ / watchOS 2.0+
  • Xcode 8.0+
  • Swift 3.0+

If you use swift 2.x, use version 0.*

Installation

Carthage

You can use Carthage to install FeedlyKit by adding it to your Cartfile:

github "kumabook/FeedlyKit"

And run carthage update and setup your xcode project.

Cocoapods

You can also use Cocoapods to install FeedlyKit by adding it to your Podfile:

pod 'FeedlyKit', '~> 1.0'

Support API

Currently, FeedlyKit partially support feedly cloud apis.

  • Categories API
  • Entries API
  • Evernote API
  • Facebook API
  • Feeds API
  • Markers API
  • Microsoft API
  • Mixes API
  • OPML API
  • Preferences API
  • Profile API
  • Search API
  • Streams API
  • Subscriptions API
  • Tags API
  • Twitter API
  • URL Shortener API

Usage

  1. Setup the config values in FeedlyAPIClientConfig

    FeedlyKit.Config.target = .Sandbox   // .Sandbox or .Production
    
  2. Obtain an ouath access token. You can use NXOAuth2Client or other library

  3. Set the access token as CloudAPIClient.Config.accessToken.

    FeedlyKit.Config.accessToken = "..."
    
  4. You can use FeedlyKit.CloudAPIClient like below:

    let streamId                  = "..."
    var paginationParams          = PaginationParams()
    paginationParams.unreadOnly   = true
    paginationParams.count        = 15
    paginationParams.continuation = "..."
    let client                    = CloudAPIClient()
    client.fetchContents(streamId,
                       paginationParams: paginationParams,
                      completionHandler: { (response) -> Void in
                ....
    })
    

    You can also refer to a example project.

Dependencies

Here is the libraies that FeedlyKit uses. Thanks for the developers.

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