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Use for the Stylus or Stylish browser extensions. These customize the appearance of web-pages that you browse. That is, Stylish lets you "Theme" or "Skin" pages you visit by allowing you to overwr…
You need help with the use of the Stack Exchange API, apps built on the API, or assistance building scripts that work on Stack Exchange websites.
Apps that live in ... um, that thing in whichever corner of your screen, with all the icons in it.
specific to the Stack Exchange API.
Tools that help with the post timeline feature, or issues with the API handling of /timeline routes.
For Stack Exchange applications which interact with Twitter. General software development questions about Twitter can be asked on Stack Overflow; end user questions on Web Applications Stack Exchange,…
Tools that help with user profiles/accounts, or issues with the API handling of users
A script designed to run with the extensions Stylus, Stylish, etc. -- to alter the look of a site via CSS. A subset of, but not the same as, the [style] tag.
Apps accessible using web interfaces should use this tag. Questions about SE sites really shouldn't.
For apps which work only on Windows platforms, or were specifically built for them.
Microsoft's "Universal Windows Platform" (UWP) for app development.
Winter Bash (holiday hats) celebration at the end of each year. Use this tag for Apps, Scripts, or API questions that enhance the Winter Bash experience.
An open source content management system (cms) for creating websites and blogs. Its functionality can be extended through functions of blocks of code, which can be grouped into separate executables ca…