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I want to create a stack app and post and read from it using rest APIs; are there any examples?
Is it possible to post questions and answers?

I currently have registered for a Stack Apps OAuth client (Editors note: the OP supplied a link visible only to him, obtained from the app registration form).

marked as duplicate by Tim Stone May 8 '14 at 14:30

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    Welcome to Stack Apps. Unfortunately, this question is mediocre at best. Firstly, use the [support] tag when requesting help; [app] is for announcing applications. Secondly, there is extensive documentation on what can and cannot be done with the API at api.stackexchange.com/docs; reading this would have told you that apps can post questions and answers. Thirdly, that documentation also provides plenty of usage examples, and there are undoubtedly plenty more here at Stack Apps. Fourthly, the link to /apps/oauth/... is only visible to you. (continued) – michaelb958 May 7 '14 at 23:14
  • The rest of us cannot access it, as it contains secret data about your app. And finally, this question as a whole is so broad and underspecified that I really don't think it fits here. If you're making your app and get stuck with some minute detail of API usage, ask a [support] question; we're here to help. At this point, though, you need to take a good hard look at the documentation and work out what you want to do. – michaelb958 May 7 '14 at 23:16
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    Please stop adding the [app] tag to this question. That tag is for application announcements, not just any old question related to apps, and is totally inappropriate here. – michaelb958 May 14 '14 at 12:01

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