Harness the power of development communities you didn't know you had with the new 'MyJadu API'. Empower the users of your website to create applications and 'mash-ups' around your content by utilising the Jadu web based, public development framework.
The MyJadu API provides a RESTful interface for your website - enabling you to retrieve content and data managed in your CMS in a way that can be easily linked or re-used in other applications and systems. The MyJadu REST API enables 3rd party developers to utilise a Jadu CMS site's internal content, data, sections and categories.
Using an API key issued through the Control Centre your users become an extension of your development team.
Tapping into the vast wealth of information within your website, developers can build applications for platforms such as the iPhone that enrich the user experience, in the same way APIs offered by sites such as Google and Flickr have enriched the experiences of their users.
You can rapidly develop mobile applications for devices such as the iPhone or Blackberry - to enable customers to tap into your content and data easily.
Example widget using the MyJadu API - pulling content from another site
Here is an example MyJadu API Homepage widget to draw in content from another Jadu CMS system. In the below example, we are collecting 3 FAQs from Manchester City Council's Jadu CMS.
can be managed from a central location under Jadu CMS and published on
any device, mashed-up or linked to other content. Widgets can be
developed (as the example shows) and content and data in the CMS can be
delivered as a service - no technical skills required.
New example widgets will appear here over time, so please come back again soon.
Faqs from www.manchester.gov.uk
- What workhouse records do you hold?
We hold workhouse records for Withington Workhouse, Bury Union Workhouse, and Manchester Union Workhouse (Crumpsall). Please note that nothing survives for the Manchester Union Workhouse prior to 1907. These records are now available on findmypast . Please see our Workhouse Records guide for more information.
- What birth, marriage and death records do you hold?
The Manchester Room@City Library holds microfiche copies of the National Index of Births, Marriages and Deaths. On-line access to this index is also available on various web sites. Please see our Family History guide for more information.
- Are all schools mixed or are some single sexed?
All Manchester Primary Schools are mixed schools.
All Manchester High Schools are mixed schools except the following:
Levenshulme High School for Girls
Whalley Range High School for Girls
North Manchester High School for Girls
North Manchester High School for Boys
Burnage High School for Boys.