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    I just got a shiny new Droid and am thinking about writing an app to pull in my RA info. Is there a public API/web service to plug into for stuff like that?
      "If you want to be a pompous dorkwad, there's an app for that.

      But a mobile site would be cool."


      Ha, cracks me up! 

      +1 for mobile site so all can enjoy.

        If you want to be a pompous dorkwad, there's an app for that.

         

        But a mobile site would be cool.

         

        If it weren't for pompous dorkwads, this site wouldn't exist :-)

        Ok, perhaps not all software guys are pompous, but we're all dorkwads in our own dorkwaddy way. 

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          I just got a shiny new Droid and am thinking about writing an app to pull in my RA info. Is there a public API/web service to plug into for stuff like that?

           

          DO IT!   I need more apps for my Droid...

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            I just got a shiny new Droid and am thinking about writing an app to pull in my RA info. Is there a public API/web service to plug into for stuff like that?

             

            There's no API but I'd be happy to create one for you if you want to create a mobile app.


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              iPhone app would be awesome!  Me, too!
                I just got a shiny new Droid and am thinking about writing an app to pull in my RA info. Is there a public API/web service to plug into for stuff like that?

                 

                I'm on Android 1.6.  I'd gladly test/steal any app you rolled using said API's. 

                  iPhone app would be awesome!  Me, too!

                   

                  OK, let's talk feature sets - what kind of functionality would you want from this app?

                  Just to be able to upload workouts?  I can see Garmin uploads from the iPhone being a slight issue (although I haven't actually looked at any code), so doubt that could be done.

                  Read/post to forums?

                  Good things that I can think of:

                    a) Download a route, and show where you are on it;

                    b) Let you run that route, and beep (or something) when you go off course.

                    c) ?

                  Do what you want, just how you like. Nobody has to know.

                    +1 for the mobile site.  I'll be getting an iPhone, but had a Blackjack, and know how nice something like that would have been :-) and how a single development could impact a much more broad audience.
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                      mobile site should suffice... hopefully not much more than css changes would be needed.

                       

                      but make the api available... someone might build it (maybe even me). I end up logging most of my non gps stuff by phone anyway.

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                          +1!!!
                            Iphone app would be cool.  I'd pay $5 for it.

                            Thunder smash!

                               

                              There's no API but I'd be happy to create one for you if you want to create a mobile app.

                               

                              Eric,

                               

                              Is anyone actually working on an Android app?  Have you managed to expose an API?

                               

                              Derek

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