The XING Ruby SDK by XING is a network layer infrastructure that adds business social capabilities to existing applications. Developers need to create a XING account and provide a consumer_key and consumer_secret. The current version is 0.7.1.
Facebook is starting to approve additional "actions," verbs that let users go beyond Like. Developers can use Facebook timeline actions via the Facebook Graph API, but only if approved by the social network. Social shopping platform AddShoppers received approval for "want" and "own" and even has some Like-like buttons for those actions.
NodeSummit, a two day conference in San Francisco, will discuss the transformative role Node.js is playing in both the future of computing and today’s deployed systems. It’s coming up on the 24th & 25th of January. As I anticipate this meeting of the minds, I’ve been searching out the experts. Last week I caught up with Jason Hoffman, CTO of Joyent, to talk about Node’s strategy and technical impact. This post explores part of the node adoption strategy.
Any business that relies on personal connections, such as real estate or accounting, is perfectly poised to capitalize on social media. Yet these industries, which some might characterize as "old school," have not fully embraced the popular networks like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. SocialBios helps any company provide its potential customers with a way to find connections to the people within the company by using social APIs.