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Can We Have A Page With A List Of Api Implementations

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It would be nice if http://www.bittorrent.com/sync/developers/api would link to

a page with a list of API implementations per programming language/platform.

 

Since I assume the BTSync team has their hands full at this moment,
it would be best if the community could manage this page.

 

A forum post would be one option, but I'm pretty sure it'd get messy real soon.

 

The API is great, but it's not for every developer and I don't think everybody
should try to implement the API from scratch in their favorite language.

Showing potential developers a list of available implementations might

push them across the threshold as far as getting started with the BTSync API is concerned,
thus expanding the user base of BTSync in general.

 

 

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It would be nice if http://www.bittorrent.com/sync/developers/api would link to

a page with a list of API implementations per programming language/platform.

 

Since I assume the BTSync team has their hands full at this moment,

it would be best if the community could manage this page.

 

A forum post would be one option, but I'm pretty sure it'd get messy real soon.

 

The API is great, but it's not for every developer and I don't think everybody

should try to implement the API from scratch in their favorite language.

Showing potential developers a list of available implementations might

push them across the threshold as far as getting started with the BTSync API is concerned,

thus expanding the user base of BTSync in general.

 

This is a great idea and I'd really like to see it happen - happy to lend a hand where I can and would be really excited if the community got this going!

 

aaron

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Hey,

Any updated ideas?

 

Yes!  The idea we are kicking around is having a blog entry on the BitTorrent blog that would be a living document that I update with new implementations.  How does this sound?

 

aaron

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