Time Tracking Platform Harvest Moves API Docs and App Showcase to Github
21 Aug 2013
Time Tracking API platform Harvest has embraced Github as part of their API ecosystem. I'm always on the hunt for examples of API providers using Github, so I figured I'd showcase Harvest's creative use of the social coding platform.
Starting with their documentation, the Harvest team has moved the API documentation to a Github repository, allowing developers to "watch" the API, get updates when changes are made, asks questions or even contribute to the API docs by submitting a pull request.
Harvest is also using the wiki portion of their Github repo for a developer application gallery they are calling Community Creations and Hacks, where they showcase innovative uses of the Harvest API--currently displaying 20 integrations by Harvest users.
I'm currently tracking on 11 separate uses of Github for API management, and always on the hunt for new ways to use Github to support API ecosystems. Nice move Harvest!