[geeklog-devel] Webservices API in CVS (was: About the "internal" and Webservices APIs)
dirk at haun-online.de
Sat Aug 11 13:06:04 EDT 2007
Dirk Haun wrote:
>Clients are a bit rare (I have a
>sidebar extension for Firefox that I haven't got to work yet)
Okay, it's still a bit wobbly, but I just managed to edit an existing
static page as well as create a new one via the Webservices API and the
Firefox extension, so I decided to add it to CVS.
Try installing the Firefox extension from <http://code.google.com/p/
atomojo/> (ignore the "Atomojo Server"). Once installed, you can call it
up from the menu: View -> Sidebar -> Atomic.
It will ask you for a name for the configuration, your username and
password as well as an introspection URL. Use
It should try to connect to your site, picking up the site's name and
eventually display the well-known orange feed icon with the word
"Entries" next to it. Double-click that. A new window opens, listing
your existing static pages. You should be able to edit and create static
pages from there.
As I said, it's a bit wobbly - and that includes the Firefox extension
itself which sometimes just doesn't seem to respond any more. In that
case, try closing and re-opening the sidebar.
After saving a page, you'll also get an XML error. When creating a new
page, that's a bug in the Webservices API, I think, which is supposed to
return the new element but currently doesn't. When modifying a page,
however, I think the bug is in the FF extension, since in that case no
XML is being sent (only a "200 OK" response).
Anyway, that should give you something to play with.
If you find any other Atompub clients, please post about them here. And
I would be interested if anyone could get that Atompub filesystem
working (I couldn't even get it to install ...).
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