Bipio gives its users the means to create cheap, dynamic endpoints (either public or private) for pipelining APIs. It does so using "Bips", which are fast, lightweight endpoint definitions for users' personal domains that receive and process content feeds. With Bipio, users can rapidly prototype application workflows, automate common tasks, or simply receive and distribute messages how and where they want them. The Bipio API operates via REST calls issued in JSON and JSONP.
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