RunKeeper is an online health & fitness tracking service built on top of the Health Graph.
The Health Graph allows users to keep track of their workouts, nutrition information, sleep and body measurements data, blood glucose levels, and much more in one place. Users can authorize any of the large and growing number of health and fitness partner apps and devices to read and write data to the Health Graph on their behalf. This allows users to see how every aspect of their health correlates to the others.
RunKeeper's Health Graph API provides developers access to all of this Health Graph information including things such as user profiles, fitness activities, nutrition information, and weight information.
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The RunKeeper Health Graph Node.js SDK by Mark Soper communicates with the API to implement running features into applications. Guides available to create a client by registering a new application, use API methods by accessing with token, and extend a project by adding support for new calls.
The RunKeeper Health Graph .NET SDK by Mark Brady interacts with the API to integrate running features into applications. Implementation references on GitHub. Available also on NuGet at https://www.nuget.org/packages/HealthGraphNet
The RunKeeper Health Graph Android SDK by Levelcap permits API communication to integrate running features into applications. See content related to OAuth initialization methods, updated fitness activity, and a sample web application with TomCat as a plugin.
The RunKeeper Health Graph iOS SDK by Reid van Melle allows to communicate with the API to implement running features into applications. It contains ASI HTTP request, SB JSON, and OAuthClient2. Although is not official, the SDK will be constantly updated over time to facilitate integration.