We had to wait a bit but the google+ API was officially launched yesterday. Only public data and posts can be accessed, but it is a start to get familiar with the API.
Google books API is cool, it gets you quite some info and it is easy to use. I used it in My Reading List ( you can read more here ) .
After playing with some APIs, especially the Facebook one, I cannot wait till Google+ releases its API. However there are ways you can already import your profile and posts!
In the last post I explained how to post to a FB wall (yours or a friend) via a simple FB App, and with the FB PHP SDK 3. In this post I like to show the same but from the Command Line (CLI) and with Perl.
I got a question from one of my readers how to automatically post to the Wall of a friend. I started to code a quick example, but I realized it might be valuable to more people, so here is the code and a short howto.
Hi there, I just finished another Facebook App to check out your friends’ birthdays and send them easily a wall post or a personal message. This post shows some of the technologies behind it.
Today a post on FQL (Facebook Query Language). I will give you some examples that hopefully show the power of this SQL-like querying interface of the Facebook API.
I wanted to use the Member Profile plugin of the updated LinkedIn Developer platform, but I wasn’t getting all info. I found a way to import my profile to my blog, using LinkedIn’s authorization layer. In this post I show you what I learned …
Hello there, I played today with jing and screenr. These services allow you to quickly and painlessly make and upload a screencast. So I made use of this great piece of technology to demo the FB apps I built so far…
To become a programmer you need to practice a lot. To program you need data. To get inspired you need hobbies. After Movies and Books, I got to a passion of a lot of people: Music. I started a new Facebook App: Friends Jukebox.