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Project Summary

NOTE: We've started using the wiki at wiki.opensocial.org.

How to start writing OpenSocial appsThe OpenSocial Tutorial will walk you through developing your first OpenSocial gadget. If you want your app to run on Orkut, check out the OrkutInfo page for more details. This project's wiki contains code snippets that demonstrate the OpenSocial JavaScript API. There are developer's guides for OpenSocial and Orkut that give code samples and explanations to help you write applications. Places to ask questionsOpenSocial Developer Forum MySpace Developer Forum Orkut Developer Forum Ning Developer Forum Hi5 Developer Forum Plaxo Developer Forum IRC (irc://irc.freenode.net/opensocial) Reference materialsOpenSocial Wiki (API reference, container list, and other resources) OpenSocial Specification (a definition of the OpenSocial API and some useful background info) Issue Tracker (report bugs, request features, and "star" the issues that are important to you!) MySpace Devleoper Documentation Ways to get news and updatesOpenSocial blog MySpace Developer Blog Orkut Developer Blog Orkut announcements mailing list Ways to contributeOpenSocial and Gadgets Specification Discussion group (for discussing/proposing API changes, suggesting new features, etc.)


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