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Krugle Makes Code Search OpenAPI Available for Partners

Enables them to seamlessly embed Krugle code search into their developer networks

Krugle, the company that provides code search for the world's leading developer networks, including IBM developerWorks, CollabNet, SourceForge.net, and Yahoo! Developer Network, has announced the availability of its OpenAPI for partners. "With the opening of this interface, Krugle is better able to serve the needs of its developer network partners," said Matt Graney, senior director of product management, Krugle.

"By enabling them to seamlessly embed Krugle code search into their developer networks," Graney added, "Krugle partners can now to give their user communities access to the same features available to Krugle enterprise customers."

"We received overwhelming interest from large software development shops with the initial release of Krugle Enterprise," he continued. "We've taken feedback from that initial wave of enterprise adoption, integrated it into Krugle Enterprise 2.0, and given software architects and their development teams one of the most powerful development tools available."

Krugle Enterprise 2.0, he said, expands search-driven development to a wider range of companies, regardless of the size of their code base or where those assets are stored:

"Krugle Enterprise makes it easy for developers to find the code that lives behind their company's firewall, and serves that up alongside search results from over 2 billion lines of open source code."

Krugle allows developers to leverage existing code, do impact analysis and easily learn new code, Graney added. 


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