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Nov 2016
1:29am, 13 Nov 2016
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flanker
I'm still keen on being able to do user logons. Until the developer can get away from being tied to their token for authentication there's no viable way to do general apps. Unless I'm missing something...?

(goes to see if the API list has changed recently)
Nov 2017
10:00pm, 2 Nov 2017
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BeatMaster
It would be fantastic if you could expose the WAVA calculator as an API so you could provide all the values and the service would return you the percentage. Unless this is already available?
Nov 2018
8:12pm, 2 Nov 2018
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Garfield
This is intriguing...(I live under a rock!). I'm going to have to remember how to web scrape with Python again...I learned how to do it two years ago and this would have been perfect to play around with when I was doing the course. I'll need to wait until after I finish my yoga teacher training course to have time to tinker about. :)
Nov 2018
8:28pm, 2 Nov 2018
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flanker
Oooh, it's still alive :)

I've been playing with it too; trying to get the WSW data so I can build it into a run-logging app I've also been playing around with. Thought it would be quite nice to be able to make up WSW strategy on the hoof rather than generate a root beforehand.

(It'd also probably save quite a lot of load on the route generator, and especially the follow-roads expensive bit).

What I'm still thinking about is whether there's way to grab the initial javascript code (which gives a load of nice data for the grid, or whether I have to make do with the resultant html, which is far, far messier to parse. (There obviously is a way, as doing view-source in a browser will expose the js code, I just need to work out how to do it inside my app).
22 May
6:43pm, 22 May 2020
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anomis66
Is this API still alive ? Am I able to request a developer key please @fetcheveryone ?
23 May
9:08pm, 23 May 2020
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flanker
It's still live, but theres not (AFAIK still?) a login API so you can't build apps/tools for others to use.

When we can convince Fetch to implement OAuth I have a couple of half-written apps that I might finish and publish. I can see the WSW one being popular :-)
azx
17 Jun
8:22pm, 17 Jun 2020
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azx
knock knock, is this on? fetcheveryone.com/api-request-keys.php doesn't work for me. Page ends like this:

<div id="content">

<h1>Request Key And Secret</h1>
EOF
17 Jun
8:57pm, 17 Jun 2020
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dobbers
Same for me - the Request Key and Secret link not working - just see:

</div>

<h1>Request Key And Secret</h1>

dobbers
JCB
24 Sep
2:33am, 24 Sep 2020
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JCB
Same for me. *bump*
5 Oct
8:59pm, 5 Oct 2020
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Ifor P
I would like to add upload support to my Android logging app IpBike.

api-request-keys.php is not good so I think I am stuck before I can even start.

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We're very much in the "gently trying things out" stage, but please join in if you're interested in working with a Fetch API:

Get your developer keys here:
http://www.fetcheveryone.com/api-request-keys.php

And a basic PHP client example here:
http://www.fetcheveryone.com/demo/api_client.0.2.zip

With thanks to Badger, here's a Python version:
http://www.fetcheveryone.com/demo/FetchAPIPython_0.2.zip

Available methods:
http://www.fetcheveryone.com/api-doc.php

Join the developer group here:
http://www.fetcheveryone.com/groups-view.php?id=1167

If you'd care to port the client into another language, please let me know, and I can upload it to share with others.

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