MiniFB is a small, lightweight Ruby library for interacting with the Facebook API. A demo application that uses Rails with MiniFB is provided to show the library in action. MiniFB is offered by Appoxy, a web application development company.
Users of the Buffer app and Buffer API can now schedule status updates to LinkedIn, in addition to Twitter and Facebook, from a single publishing interface. Buffer, the web-based service that allows its users to write tweets and status updates ahead of time and then schedule their posts throughout the day, has extended its service to include the professional networking platform LinkedIn.
API aggregation service SumAll has released a new GitHub API integration allowing businesses to track team productivity and better monitor the full bug tracking development lifecycle. The new integration is a clear example of the value that aggregating various APIs into one visual data layer can bring to the enterprise and to small business.
Popular social check-in service Foursquare is going through some changes, and the most important of those is that the old v1 API is going dead, as we've known since March. Older apps, especially abandoned ones, will stop working then, as will any newer app that hasn't yet upgraded to the new API.