Posted by Sandro on July 22nd, 2009

Jumping on the Adobe Wave Bandwagon

Since i was really curious about the Adobe Wave Beta, i signed up for a publisher account and hence created my own Feed. Eventhough i’m quite a sceptic about this new product and see it mostly as a glorified rss feed, i am curious to see how it will evolve.

So far i can say that the setup process for a feed is very simple and in a couple minutes you are done. Adobe also provides a nice REST API and a example of how to use it with PHP, so all is good there as well.

I might actually consider looking into the API a bit and see if it’s worth to add it to the tweetr library, might be nice.

Anyhoo, if you want to follow any updates concerning the Tweetr AS3 Twitter Library or any other things i might release in the future aswell as new blog posts, you might want to give Adobe Wave a go by clicking on the badge.

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  1. Mike says:

    I too am playing around with the Adobe Wave preview. Can you give some more details on how you set up posting to your wave through a php script?

    I am comfortable with php but I do not know anything about tying it in to wordpress. Also, are you updating through rss or when you publish an article?

    Thanks in advance.

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