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    Default Answered: Using the Oreilly sample app - YouTube api call - playlist IDs changed?

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    I was wondering if anybody else had run into the issue where it appears that Google has changed the way the API call to list videos from a playlist. It appears the playlistID which is used in the Oreilly example is no longer valid - i.e.:

    from: VideoList.js
    url: 'http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/playlists/' + this.config.playlistId + '?v=2&alt=jsonc'

    from: app.js
    playlistId: '2737D508F656CCF8'

    It appear that now YouTube playlistIds look like this:
    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...g&feature=plcp

    Where the ID = FLSYG0DaTjEpo9LlE-f_1L1g

    So, is there a way to still use the oreilly example to pull in video playlists or has someone been able to modify the code to use new updated IDs? Or is there a better, streamlined way to bring in YouTube channel videos with respective thumbnails?

    Thanks in advance for all help,

    Brandon

  2. Ok all - I think I answered my own questions after a bit of experimentation. For future reference, if you go ahead and query the user's playlist via the API like:

    https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/.../playlists?v=2

    You will get a feed of that user's playlists. If you mouse over the link to each respective playlist you will be able to retrieve something like this:

    https://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=2731FCB3541DE1C3

    The bold portion of the URL is the playlistID -

    Hope that helps others - Brandon

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    Yes, it is working great for me by default. But, how would I utilize my own playlist when the playlistID format seems to have changed? Plug the playlistID (FLSYG0DaTjEpo9LlE-f_1L1g) into the app.js and you will see it does not pull the channel playlist in at all

    Any other suggestions,

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    Ok all - I think I answered my own questions after a bit of experimentation. For future reference, if you go ahead and query the user's playlist via the API like:

    https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/.../playlists?v=2

    You will get a feed of that user's playlists. If you mouse over the link to each respective playlist you will be able to retrieve something like this:

    https://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=2731FCB3541DE1C3

    The bold portion of the URL is the playlistID -

    Hope that helps others - Brandon

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    YouTube API Call for Playlist


    I tried both URL configurations, and nothing came back.

    playlistId: 'PL4FCA0BEFABE6FA65'

    Working query: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...5&feature=plcp

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    In the browser the link works,

    http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/p...sonP.callback2


    In the Oreilly app, my playlistID returns:


    Ext.data.JsonP.callback2({"apiVersion":"2.1","error":{"code":404,"message":"Playlist not found.","errors":[{"domain":"GData","code":"ResourceNotFoundException","internalReason":"Playlist not found."}]}});Any help is appreciated.