A couple of weeks ago we released eXo Social 1.0.1, which introduces a valuable new resource: developer documentation. (This is the most exciting feature of this release, which otherwise contains some bug fixes for the 1.0 version. You can download eXo Social 1.0.1 here.) We’re working on a lot more of these developer-focused resources, which will help developers build applications on top of eXo technology.
eXo Social is the first of the eXo projects to get the “developer docs treatment.” This documentation will show you how to extend your apps with social features. You will learn how to publish activities, add contacts, create spaces, invite people, plug your own backend for user profile, use the OpenSocial API, and a lot more. It contains everything you need to social-enable your existing apps.
Developers – check it out, and let us know what you’d like to see added.