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Not only does Stacky claim to support Windows Phone 7, it actually does! :) And I am building a WP7 client using it. Here are some early** screen shots: ** Note that this is very early and none of the UI is final.


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Update: Meanwhile Luke jumped in regarding his upcoming Windows Phone 7 client, so in addition to the options outlined below you might watch his activities to eventually be amongst the first to try it :) I'm not aware of an existing one for either platform yet. If nobody jumps in regarding the in development question, you seem to have the following ...


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I'm pretty slow to the battle... but I love just StackOverflow so i'm working on my own quick & dirty client. Just to show my profile details and maybe some of the latest questions... Just for me to read when i'm on the road... I'm no Jon Skeet or anything. Warning, no design work has been done WHATSOEVER! I'm hosting the source of my personal TFS ...


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If you don't mind doing this interactively, you could simply get your rep dump and parse it out. This is obviously keyed to your cookie, so, as i said, it would have to be an interactive process. Caveat: this code will do what you want, but I don't think the data coming from the api is usable right now.... You certainly could use the api to do something ...


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Oh man! I just started working on this! Stay tuned... it's coming in a day or two. (Gotta beat code poet!) ...and done! Here it is: http://stackapps.com/questions/1114/stackcenter-your-one-stop-for-everything-stackexchange Here is a screenshot:


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YES! This is the perfect place to suggest an idea for an application. Now, if you suggest an application idea and I implement it, do you have any IP claim? There are all kinds of people in the world and you just have to expect that someone is going to raise a fuss of one kind or another regarding IP, but that just comes with the territory I suppose.


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Have a look to StackGuru, it's awesome. StackGuru is a Jabber/XMPP bot which gives you a command line interface to Stackapps sites, including Stackoverflow, Serverfault and Superuser. The bot allows you to follow questions tags by giving you a notification each time a new question is ask on the followed tag. You can also follow a question ...


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What about just using the RSS feed for the tag? e.g. http://stackapps.com/feeds/tag?tagnames=app-request&sort=newest If you click on a tag, then the RSS feed link is down the bottom on the left.


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There are no app[s] like that at the moment but you could try to make it one, it sounds an useful idea to me. In the meanwhile, it's not 100% what you are requesting but it could work: Browse http://www.stackprinter.com/favorites?service=stackoverflow&userid=470933&page=1 Print every questions in Pdf (I can do this natively on Osx, you may require ...


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The stack exchange API officially does not support posting questions or answers, but it does allow posting comments. So you can install the StackX app and use it to comment on posts. There is also an Official Android App in alpha development. It looks like they are still taking sign-ups for guinea pigs volunteers. ;)


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You might want to take a look at my Insert APT Link UserScript, which demonstrates how to add a button to the toolbar and associate an action with it. It also demonstrates how to interact with the editor itself.


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Well, one of mine comes close... Stack2RSS converts an API request to an RSS feed that you can subscribe to with an RSS reader. (You can also get daily emails with the contents of the feed.) The RSS feed for tagged questions looks like this: http://quickmediasolutions.com/stack2rss/{site}/questions?body=true&tagged={tag} An example that fetches ...


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UPDATE: App now on Marketplace - see Overflow7 - Stack Exchange sites on Windows Phone 7 Love the look of these apps - Stack Overflow and the Metro UI are a great combination. Using the excellent Stacky library as a start, here's my latest app - "overflow 7". There's still more to do - and there always will be - but you can see the app in action at: ...


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I am finishing up the documentation for Soapi.JS2.. When I finish that tonight I will be updating soapi-notify to provide full coverage. stackauth did not exist at the time it was written. I will also add the ability to monitor specific questions so you can pin your questions of interest and watch them as they evolve.



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