Asana is an online platform for teams to manage and share tasks. Asana offers both web and mobile applications for teams to organize, assign, and track task management items.
The Asana API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Asana with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include managing users, creating and managing tasks, and accessing projects and workspaces.
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The Asana Ruby SDK by Asana provides as resources installation, usage, and authentication. According to author Isaac Wolkerstorfer, developers can contribute to the project by forking on GitHub, creating a feature branch, committing changes, pushing to the branch, and creating new pull requests.
The Asana Node.js SDK by Asana contains installation with npm, design decisions, and authentication. In addition, developers could benefit from individual page iteration, automatic page iteration, and streaming. To contribute, fork and submit pull requests on GitHub. By Greg Slovacek.