The API Contest Submissions

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

Ruby API Wrapper

by: Jeremy McAnally – This will eventually be reviewed and moved into the Wufoo GitHub account.


WuPhooey

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

Pico (Joomla Extension)

by: Rick Blalock – An Entry Manager (with search) and Report viewer right inside your Joomla Admin area.


Pico

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.


Android App

Android App

by: Jason WeiNot yet available. Preview video


WuParty

WuParty (Ruby Gem)

by: Tim Morgan – API wrapper for Ruby utilizing HTTParty.


csv2wufoo

CSV2Wufoo

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.


CSV2Wufoo - Wufoo Exporter Firefox Extension

CSV2Wufoo Exporter

by: Tim Morgan – Firefox Extension which allows you to export Wufoo form data directly to Google Docs.


FooPhone

FooPhone

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.


CakeFoo

CakeFoo

by: Kyle Robinson Young – CakePHP plugin to help embed forms and work with the Wufoo API.


Wufoogle

Wufoogle

by: Joel Gaeddert – Match Wufoo-redirect pages (which you have as “goals” in Google Analytics) with actual Google Analytics data.


WordSearch

Word Search Puzzle Generation

by: William Farmer – Uses a Wufoo form to submit words and can generate a Word Search puzzle from those words


FormxPhone

FormxPhone

by: Scott Blaine – Let people answer your Wufoo form … by phone!


VoiceForms4000

VoiceForms 4000

by: Kyle Conroy Instantly turn any Wufoo Form into a phone survey!


Python

pyfoo – Python API Wrapper

by: Mark Ransom – API Wrapper for working with the Wufoo API in Python


Java

j-woo – Java API Wrapper

by: Mark Ransom – API Wrapper for working with the Wufoo API in Java


Android

Wufoid

by: Mark Ransom – Mobile app for Android. Coming to the Android Market soon.


YQL

YQL Tables

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.


Rapportive

Raplet for Rapportive

by: Jed WoodRapportive 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.


Twifoo

Twifoo

by: Sherif Abushadi – Phone to Wufoo system utilizing Twillo. Calls you. Cannot currently use your own forms, but does support multiple languages.


Python

Foo Lab

by: Marc-Antoine Pare – Python wrapper with example application


Formbian

Formbian

by: Ho May Shin – Create printable pages using existing templates (name tag, address card) and Wufoo data


Drupal

Drufoo

by: James Jeffery – This module integrates with the Wufoo API allowing to view Wufoo forms, fields, entries, and reports.


WordPress

WordPress Integration Plugin

by: Bryan Koch – Adds button to Text Editor to help embed Wufoo forms


Comments

  • 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/WufooSharp

    Posted 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.

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