Scoop.it API

Scoop.it
Scoop.it is a social media and content curation platform. It associates a piece of web content with a curator on a topic together with essential meta data. The Scoop.it API lets developers use this data to build web sites, clients or other applications for content distribution. The Scoop.it API gives the programmer access to the following functionalities of the Scoop.it platform: - read the profile of a User - read some data of a Topic - read some data of a Post - read notifications - perform actions on topics and posts It uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON.
Specs
http://www.scoop.it/
Social
JSON, REST
No
OAuth
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ryeager
We-Wired Web
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Mesh
Synced with multiple news sources and platforms, Mesh network provides users with access to a vast amount of news content from around the web that are focused on socio-economic issues.
We-Wired Web We-Wired Web
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