Writing plugins for LabTrove

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You can create your own applications to create and edit Posts. You can also write a plugin to automatically add data to a E-notebook. You can use these plugins to connect other devices to a E-notebook such as sensors or instruments, or you could create your own clients for the E-notebook.

See Using the Rest API, for information on how to write a plugin using the HTTP POST request method.

Examples of plugins for LabTrove

Click on the following links to view examples of applications using the LabTrove APIs:

What to do next

See Sending Twitter messages using the RSS feeds, for steps on how to connect your E-notebook to Twitter.


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