Reddiwrap is a Python wrapper for communicating and interacting with the Reddit API. This wrapper works to bring ease of use when using the Reddit API. Some of the items it can help with are: logging into a reddit account, navigating to and from pages, commenting on posts, viewing user info, and much more. Reddiwrap is authored by derv82 and documentation can be found on Github.
After our recent look at the growth of social APIs, we thought we'd look back at the history of the category. We added the Plazes API in September, 2005. In terms of the web, this is recent history. In terms of APIs, we might as well be looking at scrolls. In fact, less than half of the first 10 social APIs are still alive today. Below you'll find a list of those trailblazing 10, along with a status for each of them.
If Google wants to grow the user base for its social networking platform Google+ by targeting the business segment, an API might be just the thing. To that end, Google recently brought its Google+ Domains API out of beta. Now developers everywhere can use the API to integrate Google+ functions and services into their existing business tools.