Friday, February 29th, 2008

Pownce API v2.0 Released

Category: Announcements, Toolkit

The Pownce team has been working hard to get their API up to speed and have gotten the API to a point where some cool applications can be built from it. Yesterday, they announced v2.0 of the Pownce API:

We’re sorry it took so long for us to release a complete API. We’ve taken great care to provide the best experience for developers and we hope the wait was worth it. Going forward, we’ll be working hard to keep Pownce the best social messaging application out there.

Well worth the wait, new features include:

  • Ability to post notes
  • Ability to post messages, links, files, events and replies
  • Ability to fetch lists of private and friends-only notes.
  • Integration of OAuth token-based web authentication.

This should open the doors for building new custom Pownce clients and applications similar to what’s been done with Twitter.

In addition, the Pownce team has created a new application directory to showcase applications built by developers.

Documentation for Pownce API v2.0 can be found here:

Posted by Rey Bango at 12:09 pm
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yet another social networking tool *yawn*

Comment by Adnan Siddiqi — March 3, 2008

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