How-to: Satisfaction Remote Component Edit Share via FacebookShare via TwitterShare via LinkedinShare via Google+Share via RedditShare via Mail Satisfaction Remote Component enables iPhone developers to embed support for Get Satisfaction within their apps. This works somewhat like the "Feedback" widget on many websites (example on getsatisfaction.com homepage). Track this How-To/Source-Code Submit a How-To/Source-Code Summary Followers Comments Comments (0) Comment * Leave this field blank Post Comment Followers (1) Track this Howto/Sourcecode Username apgohan Specs Realated APIs Get Satisfaction Tags OAuth, Application Development Added February 28, 2009 URL http://code.google.com/p/satisfactionremotecomponent/ Followers (1) /View all Track this Howto/Source code Related News Articles /View all Qt 5.3 Gains More Mobile APIs Qt 5.3 Gains More Mobile APIs Digia has updated its Qt developer platform with a range of new APIs for developers. News Eric Zeman Application Development 05-22-2014 Qt 5.3 Gains More Mobile APIs NewsAlarm: Possibly the World's Loudest Mashup NewsAlarm: Possibly the World's Loudest Mashup Are you a developer who wants to get your news immediately? The New York Times NewsWire API, which provides links and metadata for Times articles the moment they are published, might solve your pro... News Michael Manoochehri News Services, Mashups, Application Development 04-09-2009 NewsAlarm: Possibly the World's Loudest Mashup Say Goodbye to Servers: Parse Launches "Cloud Code" Say Goodbye to Servers: Parse Launches "Cloud Code" Parse, a leading backend-as-a-Service mobile SDK provider, has launched a new service called Cloud Code making it possible for app developers to add custom backend code that is easily accessible by... News Janet Wagner News Services, Mobile, Application Development 09-13-2012 Say Goodbye to Servers: Parse Launches "Cloud Code"