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New and awesome developer docs!

Thomas FuchsThomas Fuchs

Nerd alert! This article is about our new developer documentation. 🙂

Want to integrate Noko with an app of yours? You’re probably aware of our API, and now we’ve a shiny new developer website available as a guide to you!

Next to listing all the API functions and showing examples with JSON and XML (your choice!), we’ve also whipped up a fully interactive site where you can test various API calls to our API test account as well as real Noko accounts (thanks to Hurl, here’s our fork).

The new developer site is open source and on GitHub—in case you find an issue we welcome any fixes and clarifications and additions (for example, if you have a new Noko client library, feel free to add it via a pull request!).

We’re also working on a V2 of our API that will introduce a lot more functionality as well often-requested features (like access to the Noko Timers). If you’ve feedback, questions or requests, please head over to the API documentation site and use the feedback & support form (or write to [email protected]!). We’d love to hear your thoughts!

Thomas’ work on Prototype.js, Zepto.js and Micro.js has made him a certified JavaScript Guru. Before founding Freckle, Thomas was consulting with some of the world’s best known companies on their craziest interactive JavaScript needs. A Ruby on Rails core alumni, he is passionate about creating the best user interface experience possible and penned the Scriptaculous JavaScript UI library to share the love, counting sites like Apple.com and Nasa.gov among its users. Thomas’ master plan: work toward a more delicious web using open source goodness.