Community Server REST API - Blogs

Posted by: Keyvan Nayyeri, on 17 Nov 2008 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

In the first two parts of this post series about Community Server REST API I introduced the API and covered the development model. While these two posts would be enough for an ordinary developer (familiar with core Community Server architecture) to start developing applications with Community Server REST API, I thought it would be worth having an adjunct post that takes a pragmatic approach in the development with REST API by specializing in one of the subsystems like blog system. Therefore, here...

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