Asynchronous functions (like the one above) return promises to make it easy for you to refer to their results from anywhere in your code.
Each function is well-documented and has an editable jsFiddle to demonstrate its functionality and allow you to experiment.
Authentication is handled using a popup window. You do not need to create an OAuth redirect page. All you need to do is register a callback URI that shares the same hostname and port as your code. Check out the jsFiddle to see it in action.
Option to store access token in a session cookie.
Cross-platform: the SDK works with jQuery or AngularJS, and soon Node.js.
Object-oriented: SDK functions return objects, which have convenience functions to make getting or setting data easy.
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