In one of my recent posts - Problem: Social Networks and Client Libraries I tried to define the problem of lack of client libraries written in .NET to support Social Networks open platforms.
Here is my solution - write these libraries myself. The first network will be delicious:
I'm selling Client Library for Delicious API written in .NET 2.0 (C#).
Delicious has opened its API for developers long before Facebook.
.NET developers can either integrate this library into their Facebook or open social applications or create new applications for delicious.
This library is:
- Very fast.
- Robust (was written about 3 years ago).
For now the price is:
- $100 with source code but without reseller rights.
- $150 with source code and reseller rights.
If interested, please send me e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
My future plan is to release client libraries written in .NET for most important platforms:
- Including open-social based platforms (myspace, hi5).
- Including client libraries for Facebook API based platforms.
- Including independent platforms.
Update 1: I forgot to mention - test project is included for both versions so one can verify the library actually works before creating her own app.
Update 2: delicious released delicious 2.0 just yesterday (coincidence ?) - the libraries are supposed to work without any change. I'm planning also to maintain all libraries released to the public.
Friday, August 01, 2008 3:41 AM