A Python library for working with the App.net API. Built primarily to interact with the streaming API. Use of this library requires: Python 2.6, Requests version 1.1.0 or higher, python-dateutils, and an App.net developer account. Find extensive documentation and example code at the library's GitHub page.
AppNetKit is for Objective-C developers interested in working with the App.net API. The library is asynchronous and uses blocks to notify you of completions. As of late August 2012 this library interfaces with all portions of the app including: token, users, and posts.
Use this Node.js library to integrate Passport's authentication middleware with App.net using OAuth 2.0 API. This library leverages Passport to authenticate App.net users with an App.net account and OAuth tokens. See the repository for more information on Passport and how to implement the App.net library. This is an independent library maintained by Michael Owens and covered under an MIT license .
This unofficial Java library is for Android developers interested in working with App.net. Although the library is still being developed, it currently supports most of App.net's APIs like: post and user endpoints, message and channel endpoints, file creation and retrieval endpoints, and place search. The library is also set up to be used with Android Studio.
Use this framework for building iOS and OSX App.net applications. The framework offers 100% App.net and features and multiuser support. ADNKit's only external dependency is AFNetworking, a networking library. See the framework wiki for detailed installation and implementation documentation.
This is an iOS SDK for App.net Login. Use this Objective-C library to implement the App.net Passport iOS application which allows users authorize from the application, rather than sign in on every app.
Use this PHP library to interface with the App.net's Stream social networking API. Access application functions like: social graph, messaging, and places. Documentation, including code examples and access to other libraries is available on the library's GitHub page. Note that the API is in development and the library continues to be updated. The developers note that some updates may break backward compatibility for older versions.