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Adding Delicious Data to Your Library Website

Andrew Darby, Ron Gilmour

Abstract


Social bookmarking services such as Delicious offer a simple way of developing lists of library resources. This paper outlines various methods of incorporating data from a Delicious account into a webpage. We begin with a description of Delicious Linkrolls and Tagrolls, the simplest but least flexible method of displaying Delicious results. We then describe three more advanced methods of manipulating Delicious data using RSS, JSON, and XML. Code samples using PHP and JavaScript are provided.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.6017/ital.v28i2.3178

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