As a frontend developer, when I want to try a new framework, I want to do something a little more elaborate than the todo-list that everybody has already done hundreds of times … What’s missing about that is data.
This is what topheman-apis-proxy is about : it gives you access to public APIs to get data to feed on and not have to bother about the server-side, focus on the client-side – install once, configure your credentials and you’re good to go.
You can currently access to the public APIs of Twitter and Github. I’ll add more and you’re welcome to get involved. You can configure things like CORS, access by token …
It is based on expressJS, I already use it for one of my projects.
If you’re a developer I assume you’ll jump right to the readme on github 😉