Klout allows you to track the impact of your opinions, links and recommendations across your social graph, including Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus and other networks. Klout collects data about the content you create, how people interact with that content and the size and composition of your network. From there, it analyzes the data to find indicators of influence and then provide you with innovative tools to interact with and interpret the data.
The Klout API can be searched by identity and returns a score between 1 and 100 that represents Klout's calculation of that user's influence.
The following is a list of SDKs from our SDK directory that matched your search term. Though your definition of an SDK may differ, in our world, we define SDKs as platform- specific tools for consuming existing APIs of the sort we list in our API directory. For example, the Ruby SDK for consuming the Twitter Ads API. If you think an SDK, API, or other asset is missing from our directory, be sure to check our guidelines for making contributions to ProgrammableWeb.
The Klout Objective-C SDK by Camille Kander connects with the API to integrate analytics features that allow to measure business reputation. Based on sentiment analysis, developers can help users to have a voice when creating content for a specific website. HTTP and JSON formats are available for API interaction.
The Klout PHP SDK by Rob Bertholf integrates analytics into applications, useful to understand reputation based on sentiment features. Methods allow to lookup by id & name in addition to access user score & influence.
Klout SDKs and Wrappers make up a set of development kits that developers can use to develop 3rd party applications. The SDK supports a variety of languages (Java, Node.js, Objective-C, PHP, Python, & Ruby), allowing developers the ability to choose the compatible language and framework. The site also provides developers with other OAuth and KloutPass Tools that are contributed by the Klout developer community.