Several weeks ago, we put ADNLib up on Github with minimal support for the App.net API. Over the last several weeks, we've been hacking away and we are now pleased to announce that ADNLib supports most of the major App.net API functionality. This includes:
- All Post and User endpoints that a typical social/microblogging app might use,
- Channel and Message endpoints that can be used for something like a private messaging app or a chat room app,
- File creation and retrieval endpoints to let you tap into a user's App.net file storage,
- Place search,
- and other miscellaneous functionality, including Stream Markers and retrieval of Configuration objects.
It also supports password flow authentication, or you can retrieve an access token on your own and pass it to the client.
Although AATT has only shipped iOS apps for App.net (so far), we're big fans of Android as well and would love to see more great apps in the App.net Directory. If you've been itching to build an Android app on App.net, now's the time! Check out ADNLib and let us know what you make!
Github link: http://github.com/alwaysallthetime/ADNLib