One of the highest traffic posts I get on this blog is the brief post on accessing the Nike+ API with C#. I’m pretty proud of that post, but I don’t keep up with how the API works.
The Nike+ API is not published, so it’s not public.Â It can change at any time.
If you are interested in the Nike+ iPod API, there is a much more up-to-date blog you may want to have a look at.Â It’s called Running Tracker.Â I’ve been subscribed to the RSS feed of this site.Â They’ve created a cross-platform desktop application to examine the data stored with Nike.Â I know about their API changes through Running Tracker.
If you have come to this site about the API, by all means, use the code if you can– but also check out the Running Tracker site as it is more up-to-date on the subject than I have been.Â Their application doesn’t use C#, but it might be able to help you out with more information.