We’ll use this blog for a series of posts describing the ways in which FluidDB is different, what it changes, how it can be used, what it’s good for, ideas for and examples of applications, programming with FluidDB, and much more. In the meantime, there are some links below to get you going.
If you followed @FluidDB on Twitter to reserve a username, that has been created for you. We’ll send you a direct message on Twitter when your account is also enabled for API access. We wont be creating accounts for Twitter followers any longer, because you can now reserve a username directly.
- FluidDB Discuss is a mailing list for all sorts of discussion about FluidDB.
- FluidDB Users is a mailing list for programmers who are using the FluidDB API to write applications.
- FluidDB high-level description. A fairly non-technical overview of FluidDB.
- FluidDB API description. Technical description of the FluidDB API.
- Minute details of the HTTP API including URIs, arguments, request and response payloads, error statuses, etc.
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