Doris API Now Available

July 31st, 2009 by Demian Turner

Doris APIAs some of our techie users will have guessed, we’ve had an API (Application Programming Interface) for Doris working for some time now, that’s the reason you can use a range of clients (iPhone, Dashboard widget, Opera widget) to access and update your account data.

But starting today we’ve made the API publicly available, see for yourself by checking out the Doris API documentation.

What does this mean for all users?  It means you now have total control over your data and can use it exactly how you like.  With the help of a developer you can write custom programs to use Doris data in new and exciting ways.

What does this mean for developers?  It means you can now create Doris-based applications and/or integrate Doris with your existing development workflow.

We’re excited to see what ideas our users come up with and judging by the amount of requests over at Uservoice, I’m anticipating a healthy response.

If you have any questions, ideas or bug reports please drop us a line at the usual place.

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2 Responses to “Doris API Now Available”


  1. Kleber says:

    Hi!

    I was really excited with this post, but until now I could not do anything! :)
    I’m trying to make a AIR based app (I’ve tried C# too) to Desktop, but all shown methods returns an empty string. This must be my mistake, so… can you post an howto for us, please?

    Thank you!


  2. Demian Turner says:

    Hi Kleber – you can test each method with various parameters in your browser, everything works as expected, we have a number of clients using the API without issue. Perhaps send an example of your AIR/js code to http://groups.google.com/group/doris-devs

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