The Stream Blog

Start Designing Your Feeds and Activity Streams with Our Based UI Kit for Sketch

About Stream: Stream’s APIs enable you to quickly build, scale and personalize your feeds and activity streams. The API powers feeds for more than 300 production application and 50 million end users. Try out the Stream API in this 5 minute interactive tutorial. Based UI Kit provides you with a neutral UI that leverages popular […]

Build Scalable Newsfeeds with PHP 7 and Laravel – in 60 Minutes

With all the excitement around the release of PHP 7 - here at Stream we have decided to give our own PHP a refresher - from our client, example apps, and Laravel framework integration. Learn installing PHP 7, Laravel 5.2, Stream-Laravel, and create an example application.

Case Study – Sportlobster & Stream

The No.1 Online Sports Community The Customer Sportlobster is the platform that fuels your passion for sport. It allows you to join the conversation with fellow sports fans, discussing the hot topics around the teams and sports stars that matter to you. Being on Sportlobster keeps you informed with personalised news and live scores and […]

Case Study – Bandsintown & Stream

Feeds for 25 Million Users The Customer Bandsintown simplifies concert discovery by allowing you to track your favorite artists, receive alerts when they are touring near you, keep track of which shows you have RSVP’d to, and share concert details with your friends. Bandsintown was founded in 2004 by Fabrice Sergent, Julien Mitelberg,  Todd Cronin […]

Fast Recommendations for Activity Streams Using Vowpal Wabbit

The problem of content discovery and recommendation is very common in many machine learning applications: social networks, news aggregators and search engines are constantly updating and tweaking their algorithms to give individual users a unique experience. Personalization engines suggest relevant content with the objective of maximizing a specific metric. For example: a news website might want to increase […]

React/Redux – Best Practices & Gotchas

This is a bonus post in the Cabin tutorial series created by getstream.io. Visit getstream.io/cabin for an overview of all the tutorials, as well as a live demo. The source code can be found on the Stream GitHub repository for Cabin, and all blog posts can be found at their respective links below: Introduction React […]

Cabin – React & Redux Example App – Mapbox

This is the 8th post in our tutorial series created by getstream.io. The final result is your own feature-rich, scalable social network app built with React and Redux! Visit getstream.io/cabin for an overview of all the tutorials, as well as a live demo. The source code can be found on the Stream GitHub repository for […]

Cabin – React & Redux Example App – Algolia

This is the 7th post in our 8 part tutorial series created by GetStream.io. The final result is your own feature-rich, scalable social network app built with React and Redux!  Visit getstream.io/cabin for an overview of all the tutorials, as well as a live demo. The source code can be found on the Stream GitHub […]

13 Tips for a Highly Engaging News Feed

Getting the user experience right for a newsfeed is quite the challenge. Many apps end up showing completely irrelevant content to their users. Companies like Instagram, Quora, Etsy, Linkedin and Facebook have shown us a few tricks about providing an engaging newsfeed experience. At Stream, we’ve helped thousands of companies with their feeds. Every app […]

Cabin – React & Redux Example App – Keen

This is the 6th post in the 8 part tutorial series created by getstream.io. The final result is your own feature-rich, scalable social network app built with React and Redux!  Visit getstream.io/cabin for an overview of all the tutorials, as well as a live demo. The source code can be found on the Stream GitHub […]

Cabin – React & Redux Example App – imgix

Photos in Cabin, the React example app, are powered by imgix. See how easy it is to implement awesome real-time image processing.

Cabin – React & Redux Example App – Stream

This is the 4th post in the 8 part tutorial series created by getstream.io. The final result is your own feature-rich, scalable social network app built with React and Redux! Visit getstream.io/cabin for an overview of all 8 tutorials and a live demo.  Visit getstream.io/cabin for an overview of all the tutorials, as well as […]