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URLEmbeddedView - URLEmbeddedView automatically caches the object that is confirmed the Open Graph Protocol

  •    Swift

To run the example project, clone the repo, and run carthage update from the Example directory first. You can get Open Graph Data with OGDataProvider.

metaphor - Open Graph, Twitter Card, and oEmbed Metadata Collector

  •    Javascript

metaphor uses three web protocols to obtain information about web resources for the purpose of embedding smaller versions of those resources in other web resources or applications. It is very common for applications to expand links into a formatted preview of the link destination. However, obtaining this information requires using multiple protocols to ensure maximum coverage.This module uses the Open Graph protocol, Twitter Cards, the oEmbed protocol, and information gathered from the resource HTML markup and HTTP headers. It takes an optimistic approach, trying to gather information from as many sources as possible.

opengraph - A python module to parse the Open Graph Protocol

  •    Python

A python module to parse the Open Graph Protocol

rog - Retrieve open graph data from passing URL.

  •    Javascript

Retrieve open graph data from passing URL. Install rog and its plugins.




opengraphjs - Parse shareable metadata from webpages using the open graph protocol.

  •    Javascript

OpenGraphJS builds a JSON object from a web page which follows the Open Graph Protocol. The JavaScript object returned by this library contains important metadata such as the description, image, and title.

OpenGraph - A Swift wrapper for the Open Graph protocol (OGP).

  •    Swift

OpenGraph is a Swift wrapper for the OGP (Open Graph protocol). You can fetch OpenGraph,then you can access the attributes with subscript and the key provided by enum type. If you want to use Rx interface, use an extension below.

unfurl - Scraper for oEmbed, Twitter Cards and Open Graph metadata - fast and Promise-based :zap:

  •    TypeScript

Unfurl (spread out from a furled state) will take a url and some options, fetch the url, extract the metadata we care about and format the result in a saine way. It supports all major metadata providers and expanding it to work for any others should be trivial. So you know when you link to something on Slack, or Facebook, or Twitter - they typically show a preview of the link. To do so they have crawled the linked website for metadata and enriched the link by providing more context about it. Which usually entails grabbing its title, description and image/player embed.