App.net is a real-time social network and social feed without any advertising. Users of App.net get to control their own data.
The App.net API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of App.net with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include managing account information, creating content, and accessing content feeds.
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The App.net Ruby SDK by App.net communicates with the API to implement authentication and identity capabilities into cross-platform applications. Installation includes ruby gem. Usage provides token to make API calls.
The App.net Python SDK by App.net interacts with the API to implement authentication and identity features into mobile applications. A quick start available on GitHub demonstrates how to create a post, take a look at recent check-ins, and paginate using the cursor method.