NAME

API::Instagram::Search - Instagram Search Object

VERSION

version 0.013

METHODS

find

        my $users = $instagram->search('user')->find( q => 'larry' );

        for my $user ( @$users ) {
                say $user->username;
        }

Returns a list of type objects searched with the given parameters.

Where type can be: user, media, tag or location.

user parameters:

        my $search = $instagram->search('user');
        $search->find(
                q     => 'larry', # A query string
                count => 5,       # Number of users to return
        );

See http://instagram.com/developer/endpoints/users/#get_users_search.

media parameters:

        my $search = $instagram->search('media');
        $search->find(
                lat => 48.858844, # Latitude of the center search coordinate. If used, lng is required.
                lng => 2.294351, # Longitude of the center search coordinate. If used, lat is required.
                min_timestamp => 1408720000, # A unix timestamp. All media returned will be taken later than this timestamp.
                max_timestamp => 1408723333, # A unix timestamp. All media returned will be taken earlier than this timestamp.
                distance => 500, # Default is 1km (distance=1000), max distance is 5km.
        );

See http://instagram.com/developer/endpoints/media/#get_media_search.

tag parameters:

        my $search = $instagram->search('tag');
        $search->find(
                q => 'perl', # A valid tag name without a leading #.
        );

See http://instagram.com/developer/endpoints/tags/#get_tags_search.

location parameters:

        my $search = $instagram->search('location');
        $search->find(
                distance => 2000, # Default is 1000m (distance=1000), max distance is 5000.
                lat => 48.858844, # Latitude of the center search coordinate. If used, lng is required.
                lng => 2.294351, # Longitude of the center search coordinate. If used, lat is required.
                facebook_places_id => 123, # Returns a location mapped off of a Facebook places id. If used, a Foursquare id and lat, lng are not required.
                foursquare_id => 456, # Returns a location mapped off of a foursquare v1 api location id. If used, you are not required to use lat and lng. Note that this method is deprecated; you should use the new foursquare IDs with V2 of their API.
                foursquare_v2_id => 789, # Returns a location mapped off of a foursquare v2 api location id. If used, you are not required to use lat and lng.
        );

See http://instagram.com/developer/endpoints/locations/#get_locations_search.

AUTHOR

Gabriel Vieira <gabriel.vieira@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2014 by Gabriel Vieira.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.