Dailymile is a "a social training log for runners, triathletes, and cyclists" that lets users create posts about their workouts, map workout routes, and compete with other users. Dailymile provides a RESTful API that lets developers access Dailymile data in their own applications.
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The DailyMile Node.js SDK by Alex Hancock interacts with the API to access fitness, training, and social data. It includes installation. The usage section demonstrates how to add an activity for a user and activity near a lat, in addition to the recent 20 entries.
The DailyMile PHP SDK by JtArleton communicates with the API to access fitness, training, and social data. It provides daily mile entry and daily mile client to facilitate object retrieval from the API.
The Dailymile Ruby SDK by Dailymile supports most points in the API, allowing developers to integrate fitness tracking features into social applications. Resources available to authenticate with OAuth and interact with REST protocols.