Using LinkedIn REST API to Share Content Programmatically via Scribe-Java OAuth Library
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Posted By:   smhumayun
Posted On:   Wednesday, July 17, 2013 05:24 PM

Using LinkedIn REST API to Share Content Programmatically via Scribe-Java OAuth Library In this post, I will demonstrate how you can use LinkedIn REST API to Share Content programmatically via Scribe-Java OAuth Library. To start with, you need to have an active LinkedIn account. Plus, you need to create a new LinkedIn Developer Application from LinkedIn Developer Site. If you want help on this, please refer to my previous post in which I demonstrate how you can create a new LinkedIn Developer Application, set different Scope(s) and how you can get following: API Key API Secret OAuth Token OAuth Secret Do note that, for this example, you need to have 'rw_nus' scope because it is requir   More>>

Using LinkedIn REST API to Share Content Programmatically via Scribe-Java OAuth Library

In this post, I will demonstrate how you can use LinkedIn REST API to Share Content programmatically via Scribe-Java OAuth Library.

To start with, you need to have an active LinkedIn account. Plus, you need to create a new LinkedIn Developer Application from LinkedIn Developer Site. If you want help on this, please refer to my previous post in which I demonstrate how you can create a new LinkedIn Developer Application, set different Scope(s) and how you can get following:

API Key
API Secret
OAuth Token
OAuth Secret

Do note that, for this example, you need to have 'rw_nus' scope because it is required to retrieve and post updates to LinkedIn as authenticated user. So make sure you have checked the relevant box against ?rw_nus?.

A LinkedIn Share contains following elements:

Comment
Content ? Title
Content ? URL
Content ? Description
Content ? Image URL
Visibility

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