September 22nd, 2009 | Published in Google OpenSocial
MySpace is pleased to unleash our full support of OpenSocial 0.9. MySpace's OpenSocial 0.9 implementation was built on an entirely new framework with three main goals in mind for developers; stability, performance and compliance to the OpenSocial 0.9 specification. These three goals will yield more consistent results, fewer errors, and means that your code should be even more portable to other social networks that support OpenSocial.
While we're labeling this as a BETA, we feel our APIs are in a very solid state and are ready for widespread use. The PHP and C# SDKs have been fully updated to use all of the new 0.9 APIs we have available. The other SDKs are currently being updated for your use and we've started to update the community-supported SDKs found at opensocial.org.
Documentation for all the APIs can be found here:
- Activities : Provides the event data found in the MySpace Activity Stream.
- Albums : Support for fetching, creating and updating photo albums.
- AppData : A generic key/value store that your app can use to fetch, update and delete data relevant to your app.
- Groups : Provides information on a user's friend categories.
- MediaItems : Photo support, including photo uploads.
- People : Gives access to a user's profile data, as well as their friends' profile data.
- StatusMood : Allows support for updating and fetching a user's status and mood, as well as fetching their friends' status and mood.
- Notifications : Create app notifications that are displayed in the recipient's mail center.