Dashboard > Directory > TagWorld API Profile

TagWorld API

Note: The TagWorld API is no longer available.
This profile is retained for historical purposes only.

NOTE:As of 6/25/2008 it appears that this api is no longer available.

From their site: Widgets are accessories to your website. Widgets can be purely decorative like the ‘Virtual Flower’ or it can provide integrated site functionality like a menu module or an RSS reader. Widgets are built on the Flash architecture due to the fact that this is currently the most portable rich media format. Flash is widely supported on the top browsers – Firefox, Explorer, and Safari. It contains a secure sandbox model that doesn’t disrupt users pages. Most important, many sites block the other prevalent format – DHTML javascript also known as Ajax. A widget can be added to virtually any site that allows for HTML to be added to the page. On social networking sites like TagWorld, you can either place a widget on your site or drop it in a user’s guestbook.

Bookmark and Share Click to vote

TagWorld: Highlights

Social web services
Data Formats
API home

TagWorld: Specifications


Client Install Required

Signup and Licensing

Signup Requirements
Developer Key Required
Account Required
Commercial Licensing
Non-Commercial Lic.
Data Licensing
Usage Fees
Program Fees
Certification Program
Usage Limits
Terms of Service


Authentication Model
SSL Support
Read-only Without Login


Vendor API Kits
Community API Kits
API Blog
Site Blog
API Forum
Developer Support
Console URL

Like the TagWorld API?

Click the "Track this API" button on any profile page and never miss an API update, new app, or breaking news for that API again.


Mashups, Developers & Source Code

There are no mashups, developers or code associated with this API yet.

PW Recommends


No comments on this API yet...Used it? How was it for you?

You must be logged in to comment. Not a PW member yet? Why not register.

Is this your API? Email apis at programmableweb.com to claim this entry.
9296 of 11320 APIs

Follow the PW team on Twitter

APIs, mashups and code. Because the world's your programmable oyster.

John Musser
Founder, ProgrammableWeb

Adam DuVander
Executive Editor, ProgrammableWeb. Author, Map Scripting 101. Lover, APIs.