Proxomo is a cloud infrastructure solution specifically designed with mobile developers in mind. The tool kit is for social location aware applications. The Proxomo services help developers realize results faster and cheaper by allowing them to focus on the mobile app or website freeing them from worrying about developing connections to external services and rolling a scalable server infrastructure for hosting. Proxomoï¿½s API allows third-party developers to leverage this platform in any given social context.
Proxomo helps developers store application data, interact with events (invitations), access friend graph information (currently from Facebook), geocode users via IP or address, store and access location data, create SMS notifications and storing user preferences and data.
The API uses RESTful protocol and responses are formatted in XML and JSON.
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