From the site:The FriendFeed API enables developers interact with the FriendFeed web site programmatically via simple HTTP requests.This project hosts the Python, PHP, and C# libraries for the API as well as the technical API documentation.
After four months, Facebook is set to open its timeline actions to developers this week, according to AllThingsD. The feature is an addition to the Facebook Graph API that allows developers to assign verbs for actions users perform within applications. For example, how users now "like" things, they'll also be able to "read" articles, "play" games and "listen" to music. I would expect many, many actions to be submitted to Facebook for approval, especially related to game-specific acts. It's too early to tell how closely the social network will watch its pending list of actions, though there's a clear approval process.
Twitter for websites lets you integrate individual tweets and timelines right in your website or application. These tweets and timelines can display media, including photos, videos and article summaries. They are also fully interactive, allowing readers to interact with them just like on Twitter.com
Google has released the second developer preview of Android P and with it detailed a new set of APIs for the mobile platform. There's plenty more under the hood in this second dev previews. Here's a rundown of all the new tools available for developers to put to use in their apps.