I’m busy on the next release of StakeItOut, which will have some very cool features.
First of all look at this view of the portfolio:
This shows entries for 3 different asset types:
- This blog
- My E-Gold account
- One of my backpack pages
The buttons beneath each one are various web services I have enabled for them.
You enable your web services by clicking on the “Edit Webservices” link, which takes you to this screen:
This lists all the web services currently available for your assets asset type. You can then enable them or disable them by clicking on the red or green led. If you enable them other members in your venture can use them.
Asset Types are basically a way of typing URL’s. It could be a product page at Amazon, a web log, a backpack page or simple a web page. You will be able to define your own on this page:
Currently you will need to have a simple understanding of Regular expressions to define these, but I will create a wizard guiding people through it later. In your regular expression you can actually extract parameters from the URL, that you can name and use later in web service calls.
I am working on a web services editor right now, where you can go in and define your own web services, that you can keep private or hopefully share with the rest of us.
As I will be traveling to Estonia next weekend I expect I will have this up in about 2 weeks time. However I will try to get the Asset Type editing functionality live this week.