Now, our friends at Windows Azure are using the Dropbox Core API to let you manage full web apps directly from your Dropbox account. Just put your app’s code in Dropbox and push it live with a click from the Windows Azure dashboard.
We launched the Chooser a few months ago and have been blown away by the uptake. Developers are using Chooser for everything including Customer Support, Invoicing and CRM.
We want to make a habit of highlighting the best applications that integrate Dropbox. In that vein, below are some of the folks using Chooser. Let us know if you have a great Dropbox integration worth sharing.
It always helps customer support people when a user submits an image of the issue in question. Tons of people store their screenshots from mobile and desktop in Dropbox and Freshdesk has made it easy for users to add files from Dropbox to their tickets.
Last Thursday, we publicly announced the Dropbox Chooser, the fastest way to integrate Dropbox into your web apps. In less than a week, we’ve seen a tremendous response from developers and a bunch of great integrations (if you’d like to get started, take a look at the Dropbox Chooser docs). We’re psyched and wanted to share some of favorite examples with you:
Now, when you’re using Trello to collaborate with your team, you can add files and photos directly from your Dropbox. Check out the Trello blog to learn more about how Dropbox works with Trello.
This guest post is written by Steve Marx, one of the founders of Site44, a static web hosting service built on top of Dropbox.
Dropbox has a rich API that allows developers to query and manipulate data in Dropbox. One of the newest additions to the API is /delta, an efficient way to keep track of changes to a user’s Dropbox. This API has been available in production since March of this year, and we at Site44 have been developing with it since its beta in February.