Juji was built with providing a nice public API in mind from the day one. Our own Web application is entirely powered with a GraphQL based API. Now we officially make this API publicly available for our users. Please give it a try, or read the documentation of the API at https://docs.juji.io/api/
I have test driven the API by building a Node based command line application that you can install to play with (
npm install juji-client), or read the dead simple source code at https://github.com/juji-io/cli-client For the impatient, here’s a Webcast of me chatting with a Juji bot using the client: https://terminalizer.com/view/61e0d819400
You don’t need to use any Juji specific SDK or libraries to develop with Juji API, just use the plain standard GraphQL and WebSocket library of your favorite programming environment to have the full power of Juji platform. Enjoy.