The Kwyno APIThe Kwyno API isn't available yet, as a matter of fact we're still looking at how we can build up an easy to use interface that developers of all programming languages will love to use. Having a good API is key to Kwyno, after all, integration into other applications is key to our growth. If you're a developer that wants to give us a few tips on how we can build a perfect API, let us know! Send an email to inquiry[at]kwyno[dot]com and we'll get back to you. We'll definitely make sure you get proper credit for contributing to the Kwyno project.
Build your own Kwyno commandThe custom command API is being built right now as well. We are striving to make sure that it's something easy and versatile so that Kwyno can have all sorts of use. If you are interested in building Kwyno commands and would like to give us a few ideas on how we can make an easy to use, yet extensive platform, send us an email to inquiry[at]kwyno[dot]com and we'll get back to you. We'll make sure you get proper credit for contributing to the Kwyno project.
Have Kwyno support your websiteWould you like Kwyno's 'check' and 'feed' commands to check your website too? Not a problem. We originally wanted to have Kwyno auto learn websites that weren't supported, but after talking to a few lawyers we learned that we could get into legal troubles for sniffing around where we aren't wanted. So if you would like for Kwyno to support your website, just build the KwynoLearn XML file using the XML Builder tool we provide. Once you download the built file, upload it to your domain and click on "Learn".
Did you know?