The Stream Blog

REST Documentation

As a tiny step towards supporting more languages we have released our internal REST documentation.

Scalability as a Service, Guest Post on HighScalability

Thierry wrote a guest post on HighScalability called Scalability as a Service. It explains the trend how development is moving towards a hosted component based approach.

Multi Region Support

We are shipping the first iteration of multi-region support. We now replicate part of our infrastructure in four regions.

Teams, Organizations and Topics

The most basic pattern in social networking is to follow other users. However, many apps will also allow you to follow more complex concepts such as teams, organizations, topics, sites, and more.

Parse Cloud Code, EmberJS &

We have released a small example app, which shows you how to integrate with Parse cloud code.

Easier Integration with New API Clients & Data Browser

In the past days, we have updated our API clients for numerous languages and taken your feedback to make the API easier to use.

Call For Contributors: Stream-Framework 1.1

We have released Stream Framework 1.1 - and we are looking for your contributions!

Introducing stream-django, Our First Framework Integration

We are proud to announce the first release of Stream-Django, a python package to add activity feeds to Django applications. This package comes with built-in integration for Django models, out-of-the-box feed management and some template helpers to presenting feeds to your users. The package is available on Github, you can find a detailed explanation here. […]

How Stream’s Entry Plan Compares to In-House Solutions

Stream's hosted newsfeed API gives you several advantages over an in-house solution.

Example App: Python/Django on Heroku

We are excited to announce the first of our GetStream example applications - Python/Django on Heroku.

Introducing the Stream Framework

Introducing version 1.0.0 of the Stream Framework!

GetStream Massive Update Round

Just a couple of days ago we finished our first round of improvements to GetStream.