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Neither GainStudio nor FeedMagnet will be spending months building a billing application. That’s good because CheddarGetter already did. Instead, they’ve provided the CheddarGetter open source community with two more API wrappers, a simpler task by a long shot.
FeedMagnet’s PyCheddar is a Django compatible Python offering by Jason Ford and Luke Sneeringer designed to closely emulate Django models. Get it from GitHub here. Also available at PyPi. FeedMagnet is a social media aggregation, filtering and moderation engine. Follow them on Twitter @feedmagnet.
Hans at GainStudio recently wrote and released the initial version of yet another cleverly named library, cheddarsnake, a Python wrapper. GainStudio is a project and facility management tool for recording studios, audio-visual studios, advertising departments, and editing and post-production facilities. Follow them on Twitter @gainstudio.
More information about the CheddarGetter API is here.
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Posted by Marc on February 1, 2010 No Comments
How cool is it when a business you love and respect makes one of your own products even better? Here at Sproutbox we dig seeing companies who make it easier for entrepreneurs to get back to running their businesses by simplifying administrative tasks. Atlantic Dominion Solutions (ADS) focuses on building lean, mean web applications that are incredibly user friendly. That’s why ADS and CheddarGetter were such a natural fit.
ADS just made CheddarGetter even easier to use and more accessible by building a Ruby wrapper for the CheddarGetter API. The blog post, complete with links to the gems is available here.
We love this kind of collaboration and look forward to working with ADS well into the future. If you’d like to work on CheddarGetter or any other of our applications and you’d like to bounce ideas off of us, feel free to get in contact with us.
Give CheddarGetter a follow on Twitter.
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Posted by Marc on October 6, 2009 No Comments