Soliloquy is a jQuery plugin that aggregates posts from various data sources ("solos") and outputs them as structured HTML. It makes no assumptions about your design or formatting preferences and defaults to a minimalistic layout that's ready to be styled with CSS.
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solo is a data source accessed via an API. Soliloquy's goal is to support many solos and make it
extremely quick and easy to add additional solos. To facilitate this, AJAX data retrieval is abstracted away as much as possible, leaving the absolute necessary pieces to be described for each module. Each solo is comprised of:
- Options: public options allowing user to set required fields (e.g.
- Settings: internal settings that include properties such as the external API url and the local function to parse the data and create the HTML.
The soliloquy core then parses these objects and provides an interface for a user to call them. The abstracted architecture makes it simple to add new data sources as they come along. See the solos section of the source for examples.
Soliloquy currently supports the following solos:
- Twitter Lists
- Last.fm plays
- Facebook wall feeds
Fork the project, add/improve solos and send a pull request.
Copyright (c) 2011 Trevor C. Hartman
Released under the MIT License