Open Source Projects

We have created several open source projects using the ScribbleLive API. These projects were created as a starting point for your API projects, to get you most of the way there. In some cases, the open source projects are production ready and you may just need to add a style sheet.

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Recent Posts Widget

A javascript that communicates with the ScribbleLive API to get the posts from a specific event. You must be a ScribbleLive enterprise client with access to the ScribbleLive API. You will need a valid API Token.

You can pass in various options like how many posts to show and what types of posts to show. You also have total control over how the posts are displayed.

Get the Recent Posts Widget on GitHub

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Event Start Notifier

This JavaScript accesses the ScribbleLive API looking for live events connected to your white label site. If it decides an event has just started it displays a notification on your page linking to the event.

The script can be modified to do whatever you like when an event starts.

Get the Event Start Notifier on GitHub

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All Events Page

PHP files that communicate with the ScribbleLive API to get a list of all of the events connected to a white label site and display them on a web page.

This allows you to fully customize your all events page, and have your events still link to your usual white label site.

Get the All Events Page on GitHub

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Comment Widget

The Comment Widget allows users to submit comments to an event from either a stand-alone webpage or in a Scribble visualization that doesn’t support commenting (e.g Timeline).

There are two samples available, one for the Original Writer’s Interface, and one for the Content Studio.

Original Writer’s InterfaceGet the Comment Widget on GitHub

Content StudioGet the Comment Widget on GitHub

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