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This is unofficial API of Instructables.com. Instructables is a website specializing in user-created and uploaded do-it-yourself projects, which other users can comment on and rate for quality. Instructables is dedicated to step-by-step collaboration among members to build a variety of projects. Users post instructions to their projects, usually accompanied by visual aids, and then interact through comment sections below each Instructable step as well in topic forums.
Moxtra delivers a mobile-first collaboration platform that can be embedded within existing applications, allowing developers to deploy a powerful mobile solution – quickly and affordably, without long development cycles. We transform innovative mobile apps and legacy software solutions alike into tools for social business, keeping distributed teams engaged and productive inside their existing workflow.
Pyrus redefines collaborative work. It is a platform that supports workplace exchanges, transparently manages responsibility for every unit of work, and streamlines workflows. Pyrus makes your work day smarter by automating your tedious yet essential business processes. You can set up customized workflows with just a few clicks, such as automatically requesting approvals, routing business forms or simply delegating routine tasks to several employees. It's easy to implement, it saves both you and your colleagues' time and lets you get back to actually getting work done.
Zimbra Collaboration, formerly known as the Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS) before 2019, is a collaborative software suite that includes an email server and a web client. Zimbra was initially developed by LiquidSys, which changed their name to Zimbra, Inc. on 26 July 2005. The Zimbra Collaboration Suite was first released in 2005. The company was subsequently purchased by Yahoo! According to former Zimbra President and CTO Scott Dietzen, the name for Zimbra is derived from the song "I Zimbra" by Talking Heads. The software consists of both client and server components, and at one time also offered a desktop email client, called Zimbra Desktop. It exposes a SOAPapplication programming interface to all its functionality and is also an IMAP and POP3 server.