Changer les types d’application principaux

Découvrez comment passer d’un type d’application de conversation à un autre.

Lifefyre vous permet de changer les collections d’un type d’application principale Livefyre en un autre (Commentaires, Live Blog ou Chat) en modifiant simplement certains paramètres de vos données collectionMeta.

Pour mettre en oeuvre un type spécifique d'application, ajoutez un nouveau champ à votre objet collectionMeta. Les commentaires sont la valeur par défaut. Il n’est donc pas nécessaire d’effectuer ces mises à jour s’il s’agit de l’application souhaitée. Pour passer à une autre application après la création d’une collection, transmettez une valeur de somme de contrôle pendant l’initialisation de l’application. Pour en savoir plus sur la création d’une valeur de somme de contrôle, consultez notre documentation sur les jetons collectionMeta.

Live Blog

Exemple 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> 
);

Exemple 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> 
)

Exemple 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> 
}

Live Blog

Exemple 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>  
);

Exemple 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> 
)

Exemple 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> 
}

Chat

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> 
);

Exemple 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> 
)

Exemple 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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