Stream 2.0

API for building, scaling and personalizing feeds

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#5 Product of the DayJune 27, 2016
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tschellenbachMakerHiring@tschellenbach · CEO
Hi, I'm one of the makers at Stream. Our team has been working on feed technology for quite some time. It all started with Stream-Framework (the most widely used open source feed technology): This 5m tutorial shows you just how easy to use is:
Taylor Otwell
Taylor Otwell@taylor_otwell
@tschellenbach pretty slick! How would you recommend for example searching for a given word within the feeds of all the people I "follow"?
M. Gresham
M. Gresham@memyselfandm · Product Manager, Pivotal Cloud Foundry
@tschellenbach on your features page under analytics I noticed a typo, it says "outdate feeds" and should be "outdated"
tschellenbachMakerHiring@tschellenbach · CEO
@memyselfandm thx for spotting it! fix will go live soon.
tschellenbachMakerHiring@tschellenbach · CEO
PS. Anybody noticed the beautiful cat images on our homepage? Or was it too subtle?
Fletcher Richman
Fletcher Richman@fletchrichman · CEO, BubbleIQ: Slack-first ticketing
Nishant Gupta
Nishant Gupta@nishant_k_gupta · inbound marketing
This is super cool. I will recommend it to some of my friends working on differnt social mobile apps. They have good use cases to use activitystrea. I liked how we can use flat, aggregated, notification and ranked feed. Analytics and personalization are icing on the cake. Good job
tschellenbachMakerHiring@tschellenbach · CEO
@nishant_k_gupta thanks! glad you like it.
Chris Messina
Chris Messina@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
It's amazing to see the work that many of us started years ago with the Activity Streams project continues to be felt!
tschellenbachMakerHiring@tschellenbach · CEO
@chrismessina thanks! the spec was really helpful both for the hosted as well as the open source stream-framework (
Andrew Wooldridge
Andrew Wooldridge@triptych · WebDev
I really like the interactive tutorial.