Configuration and Compatibility
Initializing the Framework
- API_KEY (required)
Your API key. (Get a key)
- ONLOAD (optional, comma-separated)
- AUTHORIZE (optional, boolean, default=false)
If false, then the framework will not automatically check to see if API access is available for the current user. If true, then the framework will check (based on the user's cookie) and if API access is available, then an oauth token will be retrieved automatically. In other words, if you set authorize: true, then the framework will attempt to auto-login the user.
- LANG (optional, default=en_US)
The use of this field follows these guidelines:
- A single hostname must be used (the field does not support wildcards such as *.mydomain.com)
- "localhost" is valid, or an IP address, as is any other hostname. Whatever appears in the browser's URL bar when visiting the page is what you need to match.
- To use JSAPI widgets on an SSL server, enter the URL with https rather than http.
- For each hostname set, any port on that host will work.
- Multiple server names can sometimes be desired, for situations where there is a development and production system, or different servers for mobile and desktop, or for applications multiple URL entry points. Multiple server names can be entered in the field as a comma-separated list.
- Firefox 3
- Safari 5
- IE 6/7/8
- Configuration and Compatibility
- Making API Requests using IN.API
- IN.API.MemberUpdates() and IN.API.NetworkUpdates()
- Tags and Templates
- IN.Auth, IN.Event, and IN.UI
- General Methods
- Exchange JSAPI Tokens for REST API OAuth Tokens
- Publisher Guidelines