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XenApi - An opensource web API for XenForo

compwhizii

Active member
XenApi - A web API fit for XenForo

XenApi is an attempt at building an open API for XenForo.

Status
Just started, basic thread and forum listing complete. Documentation real soon.

Roadmap
  • OAuth support
  • Full posting support
  • API Key management via AdminCP
Documentation pages and example forum soon to come
 

addaco

Member
sounds interesting. Not sure where this will go, but if it means better mods then it seems like a good diea
 

addaco

Member
ahh, i misunderstood. My eyes skimmed over web and saw api - my brain went ooh better integration lol

well, sounds nice :)
 

James

Well-known member
I'm not sure if it's ideal having it in a public repository due to it being used with nulled scripts etc.

On a more positive note, good luck with it :)
 

compwhizii

Active member
I'm not sure if it's ideal having it in a public repository due to it being used with nulled scripts etc.

On a more positive note, good luck with it :)
I'd rather have it open source with multiple contributors then locked to me. As forsaken said if someone wanted it all they would have to do is ask someone with a license.
 

a legacy reborn

Well-known member
Could someone explain exactly what this is and an example of how it is used?
Well, so far I doubt it has been used for much but it has alot of potential, like you could potentially build a mobile app around it, or just anything that accesses your forum remotely/not via your normal url/browser.
 

EQnoble

Well-known member
Nice...so theoretically with this I could make a standalone html page and have forms populated with data from my forum?
 

EQnoble

Well-known member
Sure. There's probably better ways to do that but the API can handle that.
Lol your talking to a noob right now...the best way is the one that works. :) (in other words I have no clue what would be a better way to do it nor did I even think it was possible at least for me to do myself.)
 
Like to use this to build an ajax module on another part of a site to show things like recent threads. A list of URL params would be really helpfull, don't see one on GIT anywhere
 
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