@lenovouser I've seen that. And immediately got scared off by the fact that it's no ddos protection. CloudFlare might have its problems like no WebSocket support on lower plans. But comparing these 2 then Cloudflare is easly the industry standard. And for good reason.
Using Youtube Data API V3 to get videos of a channel
Im trying to get a list of videos from a channel using this API:
P.S im building a html5 phone application using Intel XDK. If there are any other methods please let me know
requestlibrary to call the API endpoint, and parse the result as JSON
But i will look into using node
Might not work with default browser JS due to the Cross Domain Policy.
jQuery.ajax has a crossDomain setting though, you can try and play with that.
Awesome will take a look
don't know if you've seen this but they've got a sample lib to call the youtube API... feels a little overcomplicated though
@xcausxn The API endpoint example you posted also supports JSONP!
&callback=foobarI added. Now if you inject it into a script tag at the top of the page...
var scriptEl = document.createElement('script'); scriptEl.src = 'https://www.googleapis.com/youtube/v3/search?part=snippet&channelId=UCv7IjJclSgpfGUHnG171ovw&order=date&key=AIzaSyBpu8hgnXbkqFVWrAvwRUEz7T13ii3I7WM&callback=foobar'; document.head.appendChild(scriptEl);
... then it will call a the "foobar" function on the page, if available
I miss vanilla JS
@julian cool thanks