CardStreams REST API has stream-based storage and retrieval architecture. This API allows for the creation, storage, curation, and distribution of content to display in activity streams, feeds. CardStreams REST API uses GET posts and provides REST responses and requires a authentication token. There are three levels of API access plans, ranging from free for developers, with a 10,000 call daily and 10 streams limit, to an Enterprise level with unlimited developer accounts.
CardStreams is a cloud based platform for SaaS streams that provides micro-content for mobile, web, and desktop applications.
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The CardStreams PHP Sample Code by David Losada demonstrates how to interact with the API. Examples show how to build array of scopes, access level on all streams, and access restricted to specific streams.
The CardStreams Node.js Sample Code by David Losada demonstrates how to interact with the API. On GitHub, developers can find stream access, obtain token providing access to all streams, and obtain token allowing read only access.