Digg releases revamped API and DiggLite

Digg released a revamped API that allows developers to write/contribute data using OAuth, and digging and burying both stories and comments are now supported. Also, focused extensively on usability and included an updated API documentation section on Digg with more detail on each API method including code and response examples. To help showcase some of […]

Digg released a revamped API that allows developers to write/contribute data using OAuth, and digging and burying both stories and comments are now supported. Also, focused extensively on usability and included an updated API documentation section on Digg with more detail on each API method including code and response examples. To help showcase some of new functionality, Digg’ve created a reference app off new API, called “DiggLite,” which serve as a blueprint for any basic Digg-based app. It includes a river of most recently popular stories, which can be Dugg and buried remotely, and means of breaking things down by top-level topics. You can find it at digglite.com or download source code on Github.

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