Fitbit helps people lead healthier, more active lives by empowering them with data, inspiration and guidance to reach their goals. As the leader in the connected health and fitness category, Fitbit designs products and experiences that track everyday health and fitness. The Fitbit Web API enables third-party applications to access and write data on behalf of users.
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A Fitbit Node.js library by developer Guo Yu is available on Npm and Github. It contains simple code lines to install and links with API instructions from the official site to clarify any doubts. The Fitbit API affords to read and write methods to support health and fitness applications. For more info, contact author email@example.com
This is a .NET library for the Fitbit API developed by Aaron Coleman. Besides the library, the project contains NUnit tests, NUnit integration within the API, and a sample to use. Fitbit tracks patterns of health and fitness practices using mobile devices. Currently, the author is working on an updated version at https://github.com/aarondcoleman/Fitbit.NET/wiki/PREPARING-FOR-BREAKING-CHANGES---v2-Fitbit.NET-API-Library-In-Development
Fitbit Node.js library by Lukas Olson. Available to make API calls to the Fitbit servers, once developers use consumerkey and consumersecret to get a request token. With the Fitbit API, users are able to track healthy practices from a mobile device using applications, products, and services related to fitness and health.