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Stream is an API that enables developers to build news feeds and activity streams (try the API). We are used by over 500 companies and power the feeds of more than 300 million end users. Companies such as Product Hunt, Under Armour, Powerschool, Bandsintown, Dubsmash, Compass and Fabric (Google) rely on Stream to power their […]
We’re very excited to announce Stream 2.0 and complete multi-region support! The new version is built on Google’s Go programming language, as opposed to Python. However, it’s important to note that Python is still used to power the machine learning for Stream’s personalized feeds. We believe this will increase reliability, scalability and overall platform performance. […]
Switching to a new language is always a big step, especially when only one of your team members has prior experience with that language. Early this year, we switched Stream’s primary programming language from Python to Go. This post will explain some of the reasons why we decided to leave Python behind and make the […]
Stream is currently participating in the prestigious Techstars NYC program and are searching for ambitious developers to join our team.
In the past days, we have updated our API clients for numerous languages and taken your feedback to make the API easier to use.
We have released Stream Framework 1.1 - and we are looking for your contributions!
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. […]
We are excited to announce the first of our GetStream example applications - Python/Django on Heroku.