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Pocketex

Pocketex is an Elixir client for the Pocket read later service (getpocket.com)

Getting started

Get a consumer key for your app from http://getpocket.com/developer/apps/new

Setup a web page in your app which will serve as the redirect URL where Pocket will POST the auth data at the end of the authorization process. Look here for more details: http://getpocket.com/developer/docs/authentication

Get a request token {:ok, response} = Pocketex.Auth.get_request_token(@consumer_key, @redirect_uri)

Redirect the user to the Pocket oAuth2 page, for authentication and authorization, passing in your received request token and the callback URL.

request_token = response[:request_token]

redirect(external: Pocketex.Auth.autorization_uri(request_token, (WebUi.Router.Helpers.pocket_path(conn, :callback) |> WebUi.Endpoint.url)))

Upon successful authentication and authorization, you will receive an access token which will be used for further requests.

{:ok, response} = Pocketex.Auth.authorize(@consumer_key, request_token)

access_token = response["access_token"]

We're good to go now, let's get the newest 10 unread items:

response = Pocketex.Item.get(@consumer_key, access_token, %{count: 10, detail_type: "complete", sort: "newest", state: "unread", content_type: "all"})

For additional information, check out the example app (https://github.com/essenciary/pocketex_demo_app) or the docs (http://essenciary.github.io/pocketex/doc/)