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The NaNoWriMo '''Word Count API''', or '''wcapi''', is a tool created to let NaNoWriMo talk with external apps. The API was originally read-only, meaning the primary purpose is to visualize word counts and other stats with external apps. As of 2014, the Word Count API is writable, which lets Wrimos build apps to update their word count as well as visualize one's progress.
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The NaNoWriMo '''Word Count API''', or '''wcapi''', is a tool created to let NaNoWriMo talk with external apps. The API was originally read-only, meaning the primary purpose is to visualize word counts and other stats with external apps. As of 2014, the Word Count API is writable, which lets Wrimos build apps to update their word count as well as visualize one's progress.  During November, the stats provided by the API update once an hour.
  
 
[http://nanowrimo.org/participants/newmexicokid NewMexicoKid] and [[Russ Uman]] developed the original version of the API.
 
[http://nanowrimo.org/participants/newmexicokid NewMexicoKid] and [[Russ Uman]] developed the original version of the API.

Latest revision as of 02:23, 20 February 2016

The NaNoWriMo Word Count API, or wcapi, is a tool created to let NaNoWriMo talk with external apps. The API was originally read-only, meaning the primary purpose is to visualize word counts and other stats with external apps. As of 2014, the Word Count API is writable, which lets Wrimos build apps to update their word count as well as visualize one's progress. During November, the stats provided by the API update once an hour.

NewMexicoKid and Russ Uman developed the original version of the API.

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