Meta releases Threads API for builders to construct ‘distinctive integrations’

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The Threads API is now out there, assembly a promised launch by the tip of June. The free API will permit builders to construct “distinctive integrations” into Threads, and doubtlessly even lead to third-party apps for Meta’s competitor to what was beforehand referred to as Twitter.

“Folks can now publish posts through the API, fetch their very own content material, and leverage our reply administration capabilities to set reply and quote controls, retrieve replies to their posts, conceal, unhide or reply to particular replies,” explains Jesse Chen, director of engineering at Threads.

Chen says that insights into Threads posts are “certainly one of our high requested options for the API,” so Meta is permitting builders to see the variety of views, likes, replies, reposts, and…

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