Rally provides a platform and services for agile application development, focusing on supporting developers through Application Lifecycle Management. Rally works to facilitate agile development by a platform that helps teams achieve visibility and collaboration over short delivery cycles.
Rally provides a web service API which enables developers to integrate their internal systems with the Rally platform. Their API is available through both REST and SOAP, and can return data as XML, JSON, or HTML. The API is only available with Rally's paid monthly subscription plans, though a community edition offers basic features of their platform without API access.
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This official Rally SDK enables developers to interact with API data in Python language and JSON protocol. Resources include installation, sanity check, and installation. A sample code available on GitHub demonstrates how to work with lists of workplaces according to subscriptions and list of users depending on work space. Developers might find configuration options useful. Created by author Kip Lehman.
The Rally Node.js SDK allows access to the WebService API. With installation, user guide, and development guide, users are able to interact with application lifecycle management, Rally's specialized service. Because this resource is not maintained by Rally software, developers can visit Stack Overflow for clarification. Authored by Krmorse.
The Rally Java SDK by Rally provides interaction with the API, even though Rally Software does not maintain the kit. Resources explain how to obtain the Api Key and work with Maven. JAR dependencies are available at https://github.com/RallyTools/RallyRestToolkitForJava/wiki/User-Guide#setup
The Rally Ruby SDK by Rally interacts with the API, however Rally Software does not maintain the GitHub kit. References include gem installation, API usage, and user authentication. For support, visit http://stackoverflow.com/questions/ask?tags=rally