Flickr

I have done quite a lot of work with Flickr. I am (at least at work) primarily a .Net developer so I wondered how hard it would be to create a wrapper library for Flickr in .Net.

First off, I looked around the internet for suitable libraries that already existed. There was one being run on the GotDotNet website that contained some code for uploading a photo, but nothing for general API calls.

Anyway, to cut a long story short I developed most of my API calls, then merged with the other .Net development team to create what is now the Flickr.Net API Library. [View Development Website](http://www.codeplex.com/FlickrNet “Flickr.Net Web Site”).

The first application I wrote to use the Flickr.Net library was the Flickr.Net Screensaver, a windows screensaver. For more details see the [Flickr.Net Screensaver Page](/flickr/flickr-screensaver).

A list of applications using the Flickr.Net library can be found over at [CodePlex](http://www.codeplex.com/FlickrNet/Wiki/View.aspx?title=Applications&referringTitle=Home).

2 Responses to Flickr

  1. Praveen Soni says:

    Hi,

    I am new for flicker API. and I am using flicker.net dll. its woking on my local host but not on developer environment.

    But In local system I am getting photosetcollection, and I am using Medium url for image source like below:
    https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2899/14691561896_8df5975635.jpg
    But on browser it shows.
    https://s.yimg.com/pw/images/photo_unavailable.gif

    “Image and video is currently unavailable”

    Could you please help me, how to resolve issue on my local as well as on server. On dev server I am not getting collection, but in local I am able.
    Please not that now flicker is using ssl, secured protocol, is it the reason behind the issue.

    Thanks,
    Praveen

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