PBwiki API debut at SF New Tech

17 Nov

This month the PBwiki team debuted our freshly redesigned API at the San Francisco New Tech Meetup.

The PBwiki API is a way for developers to hook into wikis and work with their contents. Using our API, you can do just about anything you can do from your web browser: view pages and files, move stuff around, and edit pages — the works.

We even built our latest set of features – the Document Management release – using our API.

The show Nerdstalker caught up with Mark to hear more about how you can use the PBwiki API on your own wiki. Check out this short video:

The API is enabled by default on all 2.0 wikis, so you can get started right away. Go to your wiki’s settings and click Developer Interface. You’ll see the API keys you need to work with the API and a link to the documentation.

We’re excited to see what folks will build with the API – so be sure to send us your feedback and ideas.

2 Responses to “PBwiki API debut at SF New Tech”

  1. Adolfo November 30, 2008 at 12:27 am #

    Hey guys finally got a chance to check out the blog post. Again thanks for the interview Mark was great and best of luck on the API.

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