Activity Streams (format)

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Activity Streams
Activity Streams Computer icon.
Filename extension .json
Internet media type application/activity+json
Type of format Web syndication
Extended from JSON

Activity Streams is an open format specification for activity stream protocols, which are used to syndicate activities taken in social web applications and services, similar to those in Facebook[1]'s Newsfeed, FriendFeed, the Movable Type Action Streams plugin, etc.

Implementors of the activity Activity Streams draft include Facebook[2] and MySpace[3] as producers and Windows Live[4] as a consumer.

The largest open source library (based on watchers) is Feedly. In addition there is a trend of SOA (Service oriented architecture) where third parties power this type of functionality. The most prominent example is gestream.io

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