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* Aaron Schmitz has done some work on an [https://github.com/aaronschmitz/joomla-platform/blob/b2b68507006e4e575858e1d103a75f2a56907215/libraries/joomla/oauth/oauth.php OAuth 2.0 library]
 
* Aaron Schmitz has done some work on an [https://github.com/aaronschmitz/joomla-platform/blob/b2b68507006e4e575858e1d103a75f2a56907215/libraries/joomla/oauth/oauth.php OAuth 2.0 library]
 
* Louis Landry has created an [https://github.com/LouisLandry/joomla-platform/tree/oauth OAuth connector].  Also take a look at Louis's [https://github.com/joomla/joomla-platform/pull/1259 new router proposal].
 
* Louis Landry has created an [https://github.com/LouisLandry/joomla-platform/tree/oauth OAuth connector].  Also take a look at Louis's [https://github.com/joomla/joomla-platform/pull/1259 new router proposal].
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* [REST API by Techjoomla for Joomla Separate app approach Presentation | http://www.slideshare.net/coolbung/joomla-rest-api]
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* [REST API  by Techjoomla  for Joomla Separate app approach Github | https://github.com/techjoomla/Joomla-REST-API]
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* [com_api approach | https://github.com/techjoomla/com_api]
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* [com_api Plugins | https://github.com/techjoomla/com_api-plugins]
 
* [[Xml-rpc|Note on current architecture used in Joomla 2.5]]
 
* [[Xml-rpc|Note on current architecture used in Joomla 2.5]]
 
* [http://www.slideshare.net/HermanPeeren/webservices-connecting-joomla-with-other-programs-4399412 Herman Peeren's presentation at J and Beyond 2010]
 
* [http://www.slideshare.net/HermanPeeren/webservices-connecting-joomla-with-other-programs-4399412 Herman Peeren's presentation at J and Beyond 2010]

Revision as of 08:58, 28 November 2012

The Web Services Working Group is a Production Working Group.

Contents

Coordinators & PLT Contact

Announcements

External resources

Deliverables

Technical work produced by this group

Communications

Primary communications channel is the Joomla CMS Development mailing list. If the volume of traffic becomes such that it might be deemed to be a nuisance by those not interested in search, then we will most likely start a separate mailing list.

Roadmap

Meetings