The Meetup Python SDK allows API interaction to access community features that can be integrated into social media applications. Authentication, Key, requests, and responses available at https://github.com/meetup/python-api-client/blob/master/oauth.py
Screenhero exists purely to share your computer screen; with anyone, anywhere, anytime. As the Screenhero team describes on their website: "it's like Google Docs for any application on your computer." Additionally, Screenhero enables developers to integrate its screen sharing technology with any workflow or application via the Screenhero Web API.
Facebook has updated an API used by third-party applications to that allowed for cross-posting. The change breaks this functionality and one of the biggest impacts was felt by Twitter. Twitter users will no longer be able to create a Tweet and share it easily to their Facebook page.
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.