Third party developer Jonathan LeBlanc shows his repository on Github to integrate Reddit tools using PHP language. SDK resources include login session instructions, parameters procedures, and SDK methods. Because Reddit is a user generated content service, users can benefit from the API integration of news, forums, and social networking features into web and mobile applications.
There are a number of ways of delivering data in real-time but until recently it has looked like PubSubHubbub, with the backing of Google, was going to be the preferred method. However, the past couple of weeks have seen a couple of interesting developments which could indicate that the developer community may actually prefer HTTP Streaming.
Google Buzz is a new service that takes aim at Facebook and Twitter by providing the ability to post links, photos and status updates directly from your Gmail account. And right off the bat Google has released the accompanying API.
Avvo, the lawyer and doctor directory we profiled last week, has recently opened its Avvo API for wider use. To understand Avvo's plans for its API, we spoke with Joshua King, Vice President, Business Development & General Counsel at Avvo. It is interesting to note that Avvo prioritized the release of its API over other opportunities that it had. Read the full Q & A with King below: