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+title: "Home"
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+
+# App.net API Documentation
+
+App.net is a developer-friendly social infrastructure platform. Our API is the primary interface by which developers interact with the platform. The documentation is broken into two parts: these guides and our [full API reference](/reference/).
+
+## Quick Start
+
+The App.net API is powerful and flexible -- if you're new to the API, we suggest you start with these guides.
+
+<div class="promo-block-wrapper ta-center">
+ <div class="yui3-g">
+ <div class="yui3-u-1-2">
+ <div class="promo-block">
+ <div class="promo-block-inner">
+ <a class="overlay" href="/docs/guides/send-a-broadcast/"></a>
+ <div class="promo-block-image"></div>
+ <h3 class="heading-with-hr dark">
+ <span>Quick Start: Broadcast</span><hr>
+ </h3>
+ <p class="note-style">Send a broadcast with the App.net API.</p>
+ </div>
+ </div>
+ </div>
+ <div class="yui3-u-1-2">
+ <div class="promo-block">
+ <div class="promo-block-inner">
+ <a class="overlay" href="/reference/authentication/"></a>
+ <div class="promo-block-image authentication"></div>
+ <h3 class="heading-with-hr dark">
+ <span>Quick Start: Authentication</span><hr>
+ </h3>
+ <p class="note-style">Learn how to make authenticated requests to the API.</p>
+ </div>
+ </div>
+ </div>
+ </div>
+</div>
+
+## Notable API features
+
+### Identity & Authentication
+
+Use App.net's identity layer to authenticate users and populate user profiles. For more information, see the [Authentication reference](/reference/authentication/) and [User reference](/reference/resources/user/).
+
+### Social Graph
+
+App.net has a asymmetrical (follower-following) social graph which can be used to solve the "cold start" problem when a user signs into your app. The [Following reference](/reference/resources/user/following/) has more details.
+
+### Messaging
+
+Channels are like chat rooms. They're a time ordered series of messages that can be public, private, or restricted to a group of App.net users. The messages inside of channels can take advantage of App.net files, places, and anything else the API provides. [Chat rooms](https://directory.app.net/app/145/patter/), [Broadcasts](http://blog.app.net/2013/11/21/announcing-app-net-broadcast/), and private messages are all built on top of [App.net Messaging](/docs/guides/messaging/).
+
+### Places
+
+App.net has a location database that can be integrated with your app. This allows you to add location to Posts or Message to enable location aware apps. See the [Places reference](/docs/references/resources/places/) for more information.
+
+### Annotations
+
+Annotations are machine readable metadata that can be attached to most App.net objects (posts, messages, users, and more). They power [checkins](https://alpha.app.net/browse/checkins/), [photos](https://alpha.app.net/browse/photos/) and other rich posts on App.net. See the [Annotations introduction](/docs/references/resources/meta/annotations/) to get started.
+
+### Files
+
+App.net gives each user space to store and share files. These files can be shared publicly, attached to posts, or sent as a private message to a friend. All App.net apps share the same file storage space so if a new photo or video app comes along, you can check it out and not have to worry about migrating all your old data. See the [Files reference](/docs/references/resources/files/) for more information.
+
+
+## Tracking news and announcements
+
+To see the latest updates to the API, follow [@adnapi](http://alpha.app.net/adnapi). You may also want to subscribe to the [App.net blog](https://broadcast.app.net/26283/appnet-blog/) for general news and the [App.net API Updates](https://broadcast.app.net/24368/appnet-api-updates/) Broadcast channel for developer related news.
+
+## Getting help and providing feedback
+
+There are numerous ways for developers to get help utilizing the platform and to provide feedback.
+
+* Developers (including App.net staff) are often chatting in the [Developer Channel](http://patter-app.net/room.html?channel=1383).
+* For developer inquiries about the API, our Terms of Service, letting us know about something you're working on, etc., email [developers@app.net](mailto:developers@app.net).
+* For general inquiries about account/service related issues, email [support@app.net](mailto:support@app.net).
+* In addition to the above, you can report bugs and provide feedback on the API using the [issue tracker](https://github.com/appdotnet/api-spec/issues).
+* This documentation is open source. If you find an error or something that's unclear, let us know with a pull request or issue on the [Github repo for the documentation](https://github.com/appdotnet/api-spec/).
+
+## Your hosts
+
+* [Bryan Berg](http://ber.gd) ([@berg](https://alpha.app.net/berg), [bryan@app.net](mailto:bryan@app.net))
+* Mark Thurman ([@mthurman](https://alpha.app.net/mthurman), [mthurman@app.net](mailto:mthurman@app.net))
+* [Alex Kessinger](http://alexkessinger.net) ([@voidfiles](https://alpha.app.net/voidfiles), [alex@app.net](mailto:alex@app.net))
+* Brian Armstrong ([@barmstrong](https://alpha.app.net/barmstrong), [barmstrong@app.net](mailto:barmstrong@app.net))
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-title: "Home"
----
+# Documentation
-# App.net API Documentation
-
-App.net is a developer-friendly social infrastructure platform. Our API is the primary interface by which developers interact with the platform. The documentation is broken into two parts: these guides and our [full API reference](/reference/).
-
-## Quick Start
-
-The App.net API is powerful and flexible -- if you're new to the API, we suggest you start with these guides.
-
-<div class="promo-block-wrapper ta-center">
- <div class="yui3-g">
- <div class="yui3-u-1-2">
- <div class="promo-block">
- <div class="promo-block-inner">
- <a class="overlay" href="/docs/guides/send-a-broadcast/"></a>
- <div class="promo-block-image"></div>
- <h3 class="heading-with-hr dark">
- <span>Quick Start: Broadcast</span><hr>
- </h3>
- <p class="note-style">Send a broadcast with the App.net API.</p>
- </div>
- </div>
- </div>
- <div class="yui3-u-1-2">
- <div class="promo-block">
- <div class="promo-block-inner">
- <a class="overlay" href="/reference/authentication/"></a>
- <div class="promo-block-image authentication"></div>
- <h3 class="heading-with-hr dark">
- <span>Quick Start: Authentication</span><hr>
- </h3>
- <p class="note-style">Learn how to make authenticated requests to the API.</p>
- </div>
- </div>
- </div>
- </div>
-</div>
-
-## Notable API features
-
-### Identity & Authentication
-
-Use App.net's identity layer to authenticate users and populate user profiles. For more information, see the [Authentication reference](/reference/authentication/) and [User reference](/reference/resources/user/).
-
-### Social Graph
-
-App.net has a asymmetrical (follower-following) social graph which can be used to solve the "cold start" problem when a user signs into your app. The [Following reference](/reference/resources/user/following/) has more details.
-
-### Messaging
-
-Channels are like chat rooms. They're a time ordered series of messages that can be public, private, or restricted to a group of App.net users. The messages inside of channels can take advantage of App.net files, places, and anything else the API provides. [Chat rooms](https://directory.app.net/app/145/patter/), [Broadcasts](http://blog.app.net/2013/11/21/announcing-app-net-broadcast/), and private messages are all built on top of [App.net Messaging](/docs/guides/messaging/).
-
-### Places
-
-App.net has a location database that can be integrated with your app. This allows you to add location to Posts or Message to enable location aware apps. See the [Places reference](/docs/references/resources/places/) for more information.
-
-### Annotations
-
-Annotations are machine readable metadata that can be attached to most App.net objects (posts, messages, users, and more). They power [checkins](https://alpha.app.net/browse/checkins/), [photos](https://alpha.app.net/browse/photos/) and other rich posts on App.net. See the [Annotations introduction](/docs/references/resources/meta/annotations/) to get started.
-
-### Files
-
-App.net gives each user space to store and share files. These files can be shared publicly, attached to posts, or sent as a private message to a friend. All App.net apps share the same file storage space so if a new photo or video app comes along, you can check it out and not have to worry about migrating all your old data. See the [Files reference](/docs/references/resources/files/) for more information.
-
-
-## Tracking news and announcements
-
-To see the latest updates to the API, follow [@adnapi](http://alpha.app.net/adnapi). You may also want to subscribe to the [App.net blog](https://broadcast.app.net/26283/appnet-blog/) for general news and the [App.net API Updates](https://broadcast.app.net/24368/appnet-api-updates/) Broadcast channel for developer related news.
-
-## Getting help and providing feedback
-
-There are numerous ways for developers to get help utilizing the platform and to provide feedback.
-
-* Developers (including App.net staff) are often chatting in the [Developer Channel](http://patter-app.net/room.html?channel=1383).
-* For developer inquiries about the API, our Terms of Service, letting us know about something you're working on, etc., email [developers@app.net](mailto:developers@app.net).
-* For general inquiries about account/service related issues, email [support@app.net](mailto:support@app.net).
-* In addition to the above, you can report bugs and provide feedback on the API using the [issue tracker](https://github.com/appdotnet/api-spec/issues).
-* This documentation is open source. If you find an error or something that's unclear, let us know with a pull request or issue on the [Github repo for the documentation](https://github.com/appdotnet/api-spec/).
-
-## Your hosts
-
-* [Bryan Berg](http://ber.gd) ([@berg](https://alpha.app.net/berg), [bryan@app.net](mailto:bryan@app.net))
-* Mark Thurman ([@mthurman](https://alpha.app.net/mthurman), [mthurman@app.net](mailto:mthurman@app.net))
-* [Alex Kessinger](http://alexkessinger.net) ([@voidfiles](https://alpha.app.net/voidfiles), [alex@app.net](mailto:alex@app.net))
-* Brian Armstrong ([@barmstrong](https://alpha.app.net/barmstrong), [barmstrong@app.net](mailto:barmstrong@app.net))
+Root of docs is [here](/docs/).
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<li class="nav-header">Documentation</li>
<ul class="nav nav-list">
- <li><a href="/">Getting Started</a></li>
+ <li><a href="/docs/">Getting Started</a></li>
<li><a href="/docs/guides/create-an-app/">Create an App</a></li>
<li><a href="/docs/guides/send-a-broadcast/">Send a Broadcast</a></li>
<li><a href="/docs/guides/messaging/">Messaging Overview</a></li>

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