From their site: Our goal is to create the best personal finance application on the web. Money is typically not the topic of discussion for a group of twenty-somethings wanting to have fun with their lives. But that's only because today's finance applications make it difficult and boring.
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The Buxfer Perl Sample Code by Buxfer demonstrates API interaction with the aim to implement personal finance planning into web services. It includes token authorization, requests, and responses in JSON format.