GreaseAmper Lets You Take OpenAmplify with You in Your Browser
If you've ever been out there on the cold and lonely Internets and wondered, man, how can I select some text and Amplify it right here and now, then our very own Kalle has built the greasemonkey script for you!
It's another greasemonkey script from our development labs. You need to have greasemonkey installed on Firefox for this to work, and you need to have your own working API key.
Once you've installed the script, you can highlight text on any page and click the "Amplify" button. The script submits it to our API and returns basic information about the text. It's like a little emergency OpenAmplify in your pocket just in case. More to the point, it's code you can take, change, and use to build your own scripts and add-ons for greasemonkey and Firefox.
Now get cracking!
While this script may not change your life by itself, we're highlighting it because it gets the ball rolling nicely for developers.
Thanks to our own developer, Balaji, for this cool script.
[Note: To use this script, you have to have and enter your own API key]
TweetyPants - Use OpenAmplify to Judge Your Twitter Friends!
If you've ever wondered how stylish, slangy, or bright your friends on Twitter are, TweetyPants is the Web site for you.
Another application built by Matt Butcher, TweetyPants uses the Twitter API and OpenAmplify API to analyze the tweets of any Twitter user. Feedback is quick, graphical, and amusing.
Go find out how smart Twitter thinks you are. You know you want to!
Drupal Plugin Using OpenAmplify
Application: Drupal Plugin
This module provides automatic node analysis using the OpenAmplify semantic analyzer. It also provides hooks for developers to access and use the semantic analysis information about a node. Put more plainly: Let Drupal (and OpenAmplify) figure out what your document is about and make it do cool things with that information.