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When most people think about feeds, they of think social apps like Twitter. Even at Stream, most of our example use cases and sample applications are centered around social. It’s no surprise, considering that Recode’s 2017 list of top 10 mobile apps include Facebook, Instagram, and Snap (aka Snapchat). However, we’re seeing an emergence of […]
The application technology space is becoming more and more competitive. The Apple App Store sits with 2.2M apps available for download today and is estimated to grow to 5M by 2020. Within every category, there are a variety of apps to choose from (maps, music, photo sharing and editing, payments, sports, weather, etc). For product […]
We are excited to announce that Stream has raised $3 million from Arthur Ventures with participation from Galvanize, Techstars, and others. This puts Stream’s total funding at $4.75 million. Stream will use this investment to expand its team and accelerate product development. Stream (getstream.io) is an API for building, scaling and personalizing feeds. Over 500 companies […]
Tommaso and I started Stream a little over 2 years ago. It’s been a crazy ride, from our first customer to joining Techstars in NYC. Our first funding round was a whirlwind, but we now have offices in both Boulder, Colorado and Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and we couldn’t be happier as a team. Today over […]
In this short tutorial we will show you how to use Custom Ranking for your activity streams and news feeds. By default all feeds on Stream are ranked chronologically. Custom ranking allows you to take full control over how your feeds are sorted. Some common use cases include: Showing popular activities higher in the feed […]
Users of the open source Stream-Framework often ask us if they should use Redis or Cassandra to power their newsfeed. This article highlights five scenarios in which you are better off going for Cassandra.
Highlighting some of the best articles out there about newsfeed and activity stream development.