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Psst...Scrumy has an API now

Scrumy Blog - Thu, 07/01/2010 - 07:00

It's a new month, and now there is a new Scrumy feature for Pro users: The Scrumy API. Pretty much anyone who has asked us if we have an API recently has already been directed to that page and has been able to access it, but now we're sharing our secrets with the world.

For the uninitiated, an API is an interface that we give to you in order to access the data that we've stored for you in a convenient way. Essentially, it allows you to write your own programs that interact with your Scrumy projects. If, for example, you wanted a big red button that moves all your unfinished tasks into the 'Done' column, you could build that yourself with a few clever API calls.

The Scrumy API is divided into two separate parts: REST and Webhooks.

The REST API allows you to get data from your projects in XML or JSON form using simple URLs. You can also manipulate your data by POSTing or PUTing data to those URLs. You can read all about it at the REST API documentation page.

Webhooks are very different. A Webhook is a URL for an application that you have running on your own server which receives data from us. This means that any time you create or change a task, for example, we will send a piece of data representing the change on your project to that URL. A simple thing you could do with this would be to send a tweet any time you finish a task. Read more at the Webhooks documentation page. Also, the demo is set up to use webhooks, but it works a bit differently than your projects. The demo will allow you to enter 5 webhooks, but none of them will be active for more than 5 minutes. So, if you just want to see how webhooks work, feel free to use the demo, but unless you want to be a jerk, use an empty slot. Then you have 5 minutes to test your heart out.

So those are the big updates for now. If you find errors while reading the apidocs or feel that you could clarify something, feel free to update the documentation. It's a wiki for a reason. If you have any other questions or comments, feel free to contact us at

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