A lot of people are emailing me with problems they are having downloading the Nike+ api code from Google Code. In order to access it, you need a google api login and password. This sucks, I know.
I will try to find a more open svn repository for this. I use some for Overpass, but don’t really want to mix my pet project with it. For the meantime, here is the project as it stands now. If you are finding this post at a day later than 28 January 2009, you might want to look for a future post where I give more up to date source code.
The is mostly the API, so don’t expect a nice GUI. However, I have included a windows app which I use for quick tests. I also have some unit tests, but these need to be maintained a little better. My plan was to work on this a bit more before releasing it, but a lot of people seem to be looking for something like this.
There is no rocket science here. The only difficult bit is connecting to Nike+. You can lift the code from this project if you want to. Ideally, see if you can access the SVN repository. If you add anything cool to it, please let me know. I mostly work on this when I have a few spare minutes here and there (and I don’t have much of those), so it would be nice to see it grow or see if it is used anywhere interesting.