From their site: nooked is a web service that hosts feed data that is used by feedcommerce services client applications. You can create feeds and clients (widgets, social network applications, mashups) that consume or produce feeds. The nooked APIs are split into a few categories: Account APIs - programmatically create accounts on nooked in order to create feeds or clients; Feed - programmatically manipulate feeds owned by an account; Entry APIs - programmatically manipulate entries in feeds owned by an account; Client APIs - Register new clients and instances of those clients; Actions APIs - Used by merchants to notify the platform of completed actions; Statistics APIs - Get statistics on feed and client usage and distribution.
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