Worlds first API client for Matlab?

June 28th, 2011 by Fredrik Hörte

As a company working in research and development, we have much contact with universities and researchers. Many of those who work in universities are interested in this type of technology and calculations are often performed in the development environment called Matlab. For those not familiar with Matlab, it is a programming language and development environment …

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Saplo Text Analysis Demo gets an update

June 7th, 2011 by Joakim Stenberg

Finally it’s time for an update of our text analysis demo site, not a day to soon! Our old demo site was made in a rush, I think it was right before a conference of some kind. Back from the conference we figured that since the demo seemed to be working well enough, we could …

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Thought behind Saplo Stream

May 31st, 2011 by Oskar Olsson

While curious people have long since realized the potential of using smart filters to tweak, tune, and prune their received flow of information, at large these tools still go unused. Yahoo Pipes, still sadly relegated to the fringes of the tech crowd, is one of the tools that show how useful such tools can be. …

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How we structured our developer documentation

April 26th, 2011 by Fredrik Hörte

Some weeks ago I watched a speech by Jacob Kaplan-Moss, one of the lead developers at Django, about writing good documentation. Kaplan-Moss have some very good key points which we have had in mind when structuring our new developer platform. I’m not going to summarize his speech in writing, instead I will explain how we’ve …

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Text Analysis API 2.0

April 12th, 2011 by Fredrik Hörte

Saplo API History When Saplo started in 2008 many of the large web services like Facebook, Twitter and Digg had their own API which made it possible to extend their service to other applications. Though for smaller services an API was not as obvious as it is today. Today almost every new startup design their …

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