Hey I am doing a small project using react-app and I  have been trying all day to create export for this module.   I have installed it with npm, and i want to edit it so i can import and use it in my app.js  I have tried to define "reddit" us...
I've tried the following basic Reddit API morechildren request using mootools:  var moreChildren = new Request({   async: true,   url: 'http://www.reddit.com/api/morechildren',   method: 'post',   data: {     api_type: "json&#...
I'm trying to post a link to various articles from my website to Reddit, but they all of the same root URL, but are differentiated by using the hashbang (#) to go to different articles. I wrote my front end in with a single page application frame...
I am looking at the reddit api and following the guidelines to get an access_token - see here.  The code I have is as follows:   componentDidMount() {    const code = '12345';   let headers = new Headers();   headers.set('Authorization...
Consider this link: https://www.reddit.com/r/todayilearned/comments/6x6iz8/til_princess_diana_on_live_tv_shook_the_hand_of/?ref=share&ref_source=link  The original like was  http://www.bbc.com/news/av/magazine-39490507/how-princess-diana-changed-...
I'm working on an extension that searches reddit and returns the title and the post, but I'm trying to get it to display the top 5 comments as well. I have my $.getJSON statement that pulls the comments nested inside the $.getJSON statement t...
I work for a news company, and we want to be able to submit breaking news to reddit easily. I'm trying to create something that will login and post a link to reddit from just a url on our website.  Anyway, I am trying to use Javascript to click t...
jsFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/FRQ9b/  Using reddit's json results. Here is an example post I created with 3 repliested (nested).  ?([      {         "kind":"Listing",         "data":{            "modhash":""...
I am trying to create Article objects from links pulled in with ajax (using the jquery reddit api) combined with extra information about the links (pulled in from the embed.ly jquery api).  The Article objects (containing data from the reddit api) ar...
Nothing I do works, and I keep getting ridiculous CORS errors and other things. I just want to do a normal oath to log a user in, through the browser. I want to use snoowrap, but I can't even get far enough to use it, because i need a refresh tok...

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