The Buddy Platform is a service that provides developers with cloud-based solutions for their applications. The Buddy Platform offers hosted features for applications, such as user accounts, messaging, photo albums, and geolocation services.
The Buddy Platform API allows developers to access various functionalities of Buddy Platform. Some example API methods include adding and editing user accounts, adding friend lists, accessing photo albums, and implementing push notifications for their applications.
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The Buddy Platform Ruby SDK by Ian Mitchell contains partial interaction with the API, useful to get an idea of the platform's implementation until author releases the Gem. For more information, contact email@example.com
The Buddy Platform Android SDK by Buddy Platform allows to interact with the API, offering to make calls once developers authenticate, make requests, and receive responses. Installation is available from Maven and from source. Instructions contain steps to use the Android SDK.
The Buddy Platform iOS SDK by Buddy Platform allows API interaction, providing resources to build requests, authenticate, parse responses, and save credentials. A getting started guide demonstrates how to install with CocoaPods and install from source to use the iOS SDK.
The Buddy Platform .NET SDK by Buddy allows interaction with the API, providing NuGet and GitHub development resources. Users need an App Id and an Api Key to visit the Buddy dashboard and initialize the SDK.
The Buddy Platform Android SDK by Buddy allows implementation with the features of data analytics in real time. Instructions explain installation from Maven & from Gradle, and initialization with App Id and Api Key.
The Buddy Platform iOS SDK by Buddy allows interaction with the API, providing guides to build request, authenticate, parse responses, and save credentials. Prerequisites include Xcode and iOS 6+. Developers can access with CocoaPods.