Consider exposing teamstuff data for a team/club via API to allow other developers to innovate on top of the teamstuff platform
Justin Dyer commented
Would be great!
Matt Cawsey commented
263 votes and no comment from TS
Michael Harris commented
It would be great if you could expose an API that would allow clubs to upload/update fixtures. We get our fixture info out of another database (MyNetball) and having to transfer them across is a huge point of friction.
I like this idea. +1
I support !
As scleovardia we vote for this idea, so the number of votes will increase today! We would like te have the possibility to add games (which we have already in our DB) and players. This would be awsome!
Chris Schaller commented
Yes please! Then I could make my own windows phone version.
Don Goodes commented
Yes, I would like to get our teamstuff calendar to post on our web site. Also game scores. That would be very useful.
Mikkel Kragelund Nielsen commented
An API would be great. I was looking into a way to announce the most dedicated player of the team.
A calculation on who attended most practices/games.
Yes, indeed. That was the first feature I was looking for. Would be great if this were possible.
John Wiese commented
Wondering if there is an API that could be used to integrate Teamstuff information into an existing website, or be used to create a native application for Windows?
It would be great to have data exposed via REST interface:
- ability to get a list of team members accepted a Game Attendance request on TeamStuff , so it can be used e.g. in customised mail notification service (which also gets a data from external site related to competition)
- ability to post a recent game results to a Team Stuff Game record (e.g. to use for custom synchronisation with external site)
- ability to post a recent game scorers to a Team Stuff Game record
- ability to post a upcoming games/schedules to a Team Stuff
If TeamStuff isn't going to develop a Windows Phone app, can they release documentation for the Web API so I can develop one?