C# Plurk API 2.0 Library
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rsPlurkLib is a Plurk API 2.0 library bulit on top of .NET Framework. Written in C#, rsPlurkLib is clean, elegant, and minimally assembly-dependent.


  • .NET Framework 3.0 is the current project target. Might work under a .NET 2.0 build, but still not tested.
  • JSON.NET is the current JSON parser. Neither its binary nor source is included in project, so you'll need to correct the project assembly dependency on your machine.

To build

  1. Clone the repository to your project folder.
  2. Reconfigure the project reference to use a proper version of JSON.NET, source or binary.
  3. Fill in your application key and secret under OAuthInstance.cs
  4. Save, build & run.


  • OAuthInstance.cs provides methods to acquire and exchange OAuth token, sending raw requests.
  • PlurkHelper.cs wraps Plurk API as a single callable static class.
  • Entities folder holds the JSON entity type Plurk will return.


  • Create a new instance of PlurkHelper.
  • Acquire a token using methods under PlurkHelper.Client.
  • Make use of methods under PlurkHelper class for matching API calls.

If you aren't building an interactive client, you may directly assign a token, which significantly reduces the amount of code like this:

PlurkHelper helper = new PlurkHelper();
helper.Client.Token = new OAuthToken("AsDfGhIlB5Zd", "GUjneXpk91a7G32c8X6q9527", OAuthTokenType.Permanent);
helper.AddPlurk("says", "Hello Plurk!");

More examples can be found under Examples folder, with a typical OAuth authentication walkthrough available as a console implementation.


You can provide recommendations or report bugs at our issue tracker.


  • Expand API coverage. Currently only basic /APP/Timeline/ and /APP/Responses/ features implemented.
  • Document the entity classes under Entities.

The offical Plurk API documentation can be found here.


You can follow @RSChiang on Plurk.


rsPlurkLib is released under MIT License.