On Tuesday, you’ll find out who the winners of our API contest are! But for now, here is a list of all the wonderful submissions we got. All of these are useful in their own right, so whether or not they win, they might be a winner for you!
Ruby API Wrapper
by: Jeremy McAnally – This will eventually be reviewed and moved into the Wufoo GitHub account.
WuPhooey (WordPress Plugin)
by: Baylor Rae – An Entry Manager right inside your WordPress Admin area. Also helps you embed forms into Posts/Pages through a menu button in the Editor.
Pico (Joomla Extension)
by: Rick Blalock – An Entry Manager (with search) and Report viewer right inside your Joomla Admin area.
Pico (iPhone App)
by: Rick Blalock – View all forms and entries, search entries, add entries on-the-go, view comments on entries, view reports, view/email account users.
by: Jason Wei – Not yet available. Preview video
WuParty (Ruby Gem)
by: Tim Morgan – API wrapper for Ruby utilizing HTTParty.
by: Tim Morgan – CSV2Wufoo has been around since before the contest, but has been rewritten to use v3 of the Wufoo API and was redesigned. Takes a CSV (Comma Separated Value, spreadsheet file) and imports the data from that into Wufoo as entries.
by: Tim Morgan – Firefox Extension which allows you to export Wufoo form data directly to Google Docs.
by: Tim Morgan – FooPhone uses text-to-speech to read questions on your form to a person over the phone and saves their responses into Wufoo.
by: Kyle Robinson Young – CakePHP plugin to help embed forms and work with the Wufoo API.
by: Joel Gaeddert – Match Wufoo-redirect pages (which you have as “goals” in Google Analytics) with actual Google Analytics data.
Word Search Puzzle Generation
by: William Farmer – Uses a Wufoo form to submit words and can generate a Word Search puzzle from those words
by: Scott Blaine – Let people answer your Wufoo form … by phone!
by: Kyle Conroy Instantly turn any Wufoo Form into a phone survey!
pyfoo – Python API Wrapper
by: Mark Ransom – API Wrapper for working with the Wufoo API in Python
j-woo – Java API Wrapper
by: Mark Ransom – API Wrapper for working with the Wufoo API in Java
by: Mark Ransom – Mobile app for Android. Coming to the Android Market soon.
by: Jed Wood – Combines the power of the Wufoo API with the power of YQL. For example: caching, combining API calls into one, returning smaller filtered data set, and even fancier YQL stuff like combining data sources.
Raplet for Rapportive
by: Jed Wood – Rapportive is a browser plugin for displaying rich profiles of the people emailing you. It supports “Raplets”, which are little extensions to it for displaying additional data. This is a raplet for displaying Wufoo data (that matches the sender of the email) in those rich profiles.
by: Sherif Abushadi – Phone to Wufoo system utilizing Twillo. Calls you. Cannot currently use your own forms, but does support multiple languages.
by: Marc-Antoine Pare – Python wrapper with example application
by: Ho May Shin – Create printable pages using existing templates (name tag, address card) and Wufoo data
by: James Jeffery – This module integrates with the Wufoo API allowing to view Wufoo forms, fields, entries, and reports.
WordPress Integration Plugin
by: Bryan Koch – Adds button to Text Editor to help embed Wufoo forms
Awesome stuff! Thanks so much for holding this contest, guys.Posted September 17th, 2010 by Tim Morgan.
Oh, forgot to mention… Dude, there are FOUR Twilio-based apps on here! Great minds think alike!Posted September 17th, 2010 by Tim Morgan.
Everyone needs a hug. Especially all the awesome people who contributed such cool stuff to this contest. Great job everybody!Posted September 17th, 2010 by Mark Ransom.
What? Nobody did a calendar-based display? I knew I should have! 🙂Posted September 17th, 2010 by Jed Wood.
Nice work on the wrappers! Was hoping for a .Net one but maybe someone will port the Java version.Posted September 17th, 2010 by Rob Turner.
I started working on generating a .NET runtime library of the Python wrapper using IronPython, but I ran out of time/energy 🙂 There were some quirks to getting IronPython to use Basic Auth in urllib2…anyway, I didn’t do it, but it could be done.Posted September 17th, 2010 by Mark Ransom.
The phone integrations are cool. Love the name tag app too. Pretty cool. Would be good as a stand-alone plugin for Joomla or WordPress. Good job everyone.Posted September 17th, 2010 by Rick Blalock.
I wish I could understand what you are all talking about.
Regardless, this is VERY EXCITING for me since I am a POWER wufoo user and I love to know that there are people building upon what if already and AWESOME product.Posted September 17th, 2010 by Jorge Morales.
@Rob and @Mark
There’s a C#/.NET API wrapper here: http://github.com/Fourshift/wufooSharpPosted September 17th, 2010 by Daryl Harrison.
Wow, you guys are all awesome. Well done. All of these look fantastic.Posted September 17th, 2010 by Chantal.