Blogger

Posts: list

Retrieves a list of posts. Try it now or see an example.

Authorization is required if the posts are on a blog that is private. If the posts are on a blog that is public, then this method can be called without authorization.

Request

HTTP request

GET https://www.googleapis.com/blogger/v3/blogs/blogId/posts

Parameters

Parameter name Value Description
Required parameters
blogId string The ID of the blog to fetch posts from.
Optional parameters
endDate datetime Latest post date to fetch, a date-time with RFC 3339 formatting.
fetchBodies boolean Whether the body content of posts is included (default: true). This should be set to false when the post bodies are not required, to help minimize traffic. (Default: true)
fetchImages boolean Whether image URL metadata for each post is included.
labels string Comma-separated list of labels to search for.
maxResults unsigned integer Maximum number of posts to fetch.
orderBy string Sort order applied to results.

Acceptable values are:
  • "published": Order by the date the post was published
  • "updated": Order by the date the post was last updated
pageToken string Continuation token if the request is paged.
startDate datetime Earliest post date to fetch, a date-time with RFC 3339 formatting.
status string

Acceptable values are:
  • "draft": Draft posts
  • "live": Published posts
  • "scheduled": Posts that are scheduled to publish in future.
view string

Acceptable values are:
  • "ADMIN": Admin level detail
  • "AUTHOR": Author level detail
  • "READER": Reader level detail

Request body

Do not supply a request body with this method.

Response

If successful, this method returns a response body with the following structure:

{
  "kind": "blogger#postList",
  "nextPageToken": string,
  "items": [
    posts Resource
  ]
}
Property name Value Description Notes
kind string The kind of this entity. Always blogger#postList.
nextPageToken string Pagination token to fetch the next page, if one exists.
items[] list The list of posts for this blog.

Examples

Note: The code examples available for this method do not represent all supported programming languages (see the client libraries page for a list of supported languages).

Java

Uses the Java client library

// The BlogId for the Blogger Buzz blog String BUZZ_BLOG_ID = "2399953";
// Configure the Java API Client for Installed Native App
HttpTransport HTTP_TRANSPORT = new NetHttpTransport();
JsonFactory JSON_FACTORY = new JacksonFactory();
// Configure the Installed App OAuth2 flow.
Credential credential = OAuth2Native.authorize(HTTP_TRANSPORT,
JSON_FACTORY, new LocalServerReceiver(),
Arrays.asList(BloggerScopes.BLOGGER));
// Construct the Blogger API access facade object.
Blogger blogger = Blogger.builder(HTTP_TRANSPORT, JSON_FACTORY)
.setApplicationName("Blogger-PostsList-Snippet/1.0")
.setHttpRequestInitializer(credential).build();
// The request action.
List postsListAction = blogger.posts().list(BUZZ_BLOG_ID);
// Restrict the result content to just the data we need.
postsListAction.setFields("items(author/displayName,content,published,title,url),nextPageToken");
// This step sends the request to the server.
PostList posts = postsListAction.execute();
// Now we can navigate the response.
int postCount = 0;
int pageCount = 0;
while (posts.getItems() != null && !posts.getItems().isEmpty()) {
for (Post post : posts.getItems()) {
System.out.println("Post #"+ ++postCount);
System.out.println("\tTitle: "+post.getTitle());
System.out.println("\tAuthor: "+post.getAuthor().getDisplayName());
System.out.println("\tPublished: "+post.getPublished());
System.out.println("\tURL: "+post.getUrl());
System.out.println("\tContent: "+post.getContent());
}
// Pagination logic
String pageToken = posts.getNextPageToken();
if (pageToken == null || ++pageCount >= 5) {
break;
}
System.out.println("-- Next page of posts");
postsListAction.setPageToken(pageToken);
posts = postsListAction.execute();
}

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