Announcing the three prize winners of the O'Reilly writable API competition.
We ran a developer contest to see what folks could do with O'Reilly's new "writable" API. Today we're announcing the winners.
Got a great idea for O'Reilly's new API? Make it happen and you might win a prize.
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Fluidinfo's new API allows anyone to add information to O'Reilly book and author objects.
Fluidinfo's new O'Reilly API contains information from O'Reilly, Amazon, Google Books, LibraryThing, and GoodReads. But most importantly, anyone can "write" their own information to the book and author objects.
Trends of smaller, easier, and more personal content signal a shift away from read-only publishing.
Terry Jones envisons a future in which we step beyond the default of read-only publishing via traditional containers and APIs. Data itself will become social, and we'll be able to personalize arbitrarily.
Why asynchronous communication scales, and what we can do with that power.
Terry Jones examines the core differences between synchronous and asynchronous communication, and he looks at how technology has given asynchronous methods tremendous reach. (Part 1 of a 2-part series.)