Cambiar tipos de aplicaciones principales

Aprenda a cambiar de un tipo de aplicación de conversación a otro.

Lifefyre le permite cambiar colecciones de un tipo de aplicación principal de Livefyre a otro (Comentarios, Blogs en Directo o Chat) simplemente cambiando algunos ajustes en sus datos collectionMeta .

Para implementar un tipo específico de aplicación, agregue un nuevo campo al objeto collectionMeta . Comentarios es el valor predeterminado, por lo que no tendrá que realizar estas actualizaciones si esa es su aplicación deseada. Para cambiar a una aplicación diferente después de crear una colección, pase un valor de suma de comprobación durante la inicialización de la aplicación. Obtenga más información sobre la creación de un valor de suma de comprobación en nuestra documentación del token collectionMeta .

Blog en directo

Ejemplo de PHP

use LivefyreLivefyre; 
  
$articleId = "1"; 
$articleTitle = "Title 1"; 
$articleURL = "https://dev.livefyre.com"; 
$articleTags = "tag1,tag2"; 
$lfType = "livecomments"; 
  
$network = Livefyre::getNetwork(networkName, networkKey); 
$site = network->getSite(siteId, siteKey); 
  
$collectionMeta = $site->buildCollectionMetaToken( 
   $articleTitle, 
   $articleURL, 
   $articleTags, 
   $lfType 
); 
  
$convConfig = array( 
   "el" => "targetElement", 
   "checksum" => $checksum, 
   "collectionMeta" => $collectionMeta, 
   "siteId" => <YOUR SITE ID>, 
   "articleId" => <ARTICLE ID> 
);

Ejemplo de Python

from livefyre import Livefyre 
  
article_id = "1" 
article_title = "Title 1" 
article_url = "https://dev.livefyre.com" 
article_tags = "tag1,tag2" 
lf_type = "livecomments" 
  
network = Livefyre.get_network(networkName, networkKey) 
site = network.get_site(siteId, siteKey) 
  
collection_meta = site.build_collection_meta_token( 
   article_title, 
   article_url, 
   article_tags, 
   lf_type, 
) 
  
conv_config = dict( 
   "el" = "targetElement", 
   "checksum" = checksum, 
   "collectionMeta" = collection_meta_token, 
   "siteId" = <YOUR SITE ID>, 
   "articleId" = <ARTICLE ID> 
)

Ejemplo de Ruby

require 'livefyre'  
article_id = "1"  
title = "Title 1"  
link = "https://dev.livefyre.com"  
tag_str = "tag1,tag2"  
lf_type = "livecomments"  
  
network = Livefyre.get_network(networkName, networkKey)  
site = network.get_site(siteId, siteKey)  
  
collection_meta = site.build_collection_meta_token( 
   title, 
   link, 
   tag_str || "", 
   lf_type, 
)  
  
conv_config = { 
   :el => targetElement, 
   :checksum => checksum, 
   :collectionMeta => collection_meta_token, 
   :siteId => <YOUR SITE ID>, 
   :articleId => <ARTICLE ID> 
}

Blog en directo

Ejemplo de PHP

use LivefyreLivefyre; 
  
$articleId = "1"; 
$articleTitle = "Title 1"; 
$articleURL = "https://dev.livefyre.com"; 
$articleTags = "tag1,tag2"; 
$lfType = "liveblog"; 
  
$network = Livefyre::getNetwork(networkName, networkKey); 
$site = network->getSite(siteId, siteKey); 
  
$collectionMeta = $site->buildCollectionMetaToken( 
   $articleTitle, 
   $articleURL, 
   $articleTags, 
   $lfType 
); 
  
$convConfig = array( 
   "el" => "targetElement", 
   "checksum" => $checksum, 
   "collectionMeta" => $collectionMeta, 
   "siteId" => <YOUR SITE ID>, 
   "articleId" => <ARTICLE ID>  
);

Ejemplo de Python

from livefyre import Livefyre 
  
article_id = "1" 
article_title = "Title 1" 
article_url = "https://dev.livefyre.com" 
article_tags = "tag1,tag2" 
lf_type = "liveblog" 
  
network = Livefyre.get_network(networkName, networkKey) 
site = network.get_site(siteId, siteKey) 
  
collection_meta = site.build_collection_meta_token( 
   article_title, 
   article_url, 
   article_tags, 
   lf_type, 
) 
  
conv_config = dict( 
   "el" = "targetElement", 
   "checksum" = checksum, 
   "collectionMeta" = collection_meta_token, 
   "siteId" = <YOUR SITE ID>, 
   "articleId" = <ARTICLE ID> 
)

Ejemplo de Ruby

require 'livefyre' 
  
article_id = "1" 
title = "Title 1" 
link = "https://dev.livefyre.com" 
tag_str = "tag1,tag2" 
lf_type = "liveblog" 
  
network = Livefyre.get_network(networkName, networkKey) 
site = network.get_site(siteId, siteKey) 
  
collection_meta = site.build_collection_meta_token( 
   title, 
   link, 
   tag_str || "", 
   lf_type, 
) 
  
conv_config = { 
   :el => targetElement, 
   :checksum => checksum, 
   :collectionMeta => collection_meta_token, 
   :siteId => <YOUR SITE ID>, 
   :articleId => <ARTICLE ID> 
}

Conversación

PHP

use LivefyreLivefyre; 
  
$articleId = "1"; 
$articleTitle = "Title 1"; 
$articleURL = "https://dev.livefyre.com"; 
$articleTags = "tag1,tag2"; 
$lfType = "livechat"; 
  
$network = Livefyre::getNetwork(networkName, networkKey); 
$site = network->getSite(siteId, siteKey); 
  
$collectionMeta = $site->buildCollectionMetaToken 
   $articleTitle, 
   $articleURL, 
   $articleTags, 
   $lfType 
); 
  
$convConfig = array( 
   "el" => "targetElement", 
   "checksum" => $checksum, 
   "collectionMeta" => $collectionMeta, 
   "siteId" => <YOUR SITE ID>, 
   "articleId" => <ARTICLE ID> 
);

Ejemplo de Python

from livefyre import Livefyre 
  
article_id = "1" 
article_title = "Title 1" 
article_url = "https://dev.livefyre.com" 
article_tags = "tag1,tag2" 
lf_type = "livechat" 
  
network = Livefyre.get_network(networkName, networkKey) 
site = network.get_site(siteId, siteKey) 
  
collection_meta = site.build_collection_meta_token(  
   article_title,  
   article_url,  
   article_tags,  
   lf_type,  
)

conv_config = dict( "el" = "targetElement", 
   "checksum" = checksum, 
   "collectionMeta" = collection_meta_token, 
   "siteId" = <YOUR SITE ID>, 
   "articleId" = <ARTICLE ID> 
)

Ejemplo de Ruby

require 'livefyre' 
  
article_id = "1" 
title = "Title 1" 
link = "https://dev.livefyre.com" 
tag_str = 'tag1,tag2' 
lf_type = 'livechat' 
  
network = Livefyre.get_network(networkName, networkKey) 
site = network.get_site(siteId, siteKey) 
  
collection_meta = site.build_collection_meta_token(  
   title,  
   link, 
   tag_str || "", 
   lf_type, 
) 
  
conv_config = { 
   :el => targetElement, 
   :checksum => checksum, 
   :collectionMeta => collection_meta_token, 
   :siteId => <YOUR SITE ID>, 
   :articleId => <ARTICLE ID> 
}

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