Support of the approval workflow is another feature to be included to one of the next versions of Virto RSS & Twitter Aggregator.
With this feature it will be possible to define an approval scheme for all the posts displayed by the web part.
Virto Social Aggregator Web Part aggregates feeds from various sources and displays them on your Share Point 2013, 2010 or 2007 site in a single view, which is subject to flexible customization using XSL and CSS.
It is a part of Virto Share Point Collaboration Suite and Virto ONE License.
You can see many of the feed features on the Newsfeed page on a user's personal site.
Feeds contain collections of threads that represent microblog posts, conversations, status updates, and other notifications.
For more information on the upcoming change, we invite you to read our blog post.
In the next version we plan to complete the integration with Facebook making it possible to get and post information from the network.NET client object model and use the same signatures. Share Point only provides the data and allows cross-platform and cross-device client applications to define layouts that are appropriate for their form factors and needs.The Silverlight client object model is defined in Microsoft. In Share Point development, you can use Java Script overrides in client-side rendering, as described in Customize a list view in Share Point Add-ins using client-side rendering. When you retrieve a feed for the current user, you can specify one of the following feed types: The server, client, and Java Script object models provide the Get Feed method that you can use to retrieve any feed type for the current user and the Get Feed For method that you can use to retrieve the Personal feed type (only) for a specified user.Share Point administrator is free to define the users, for whom the extended Twitter options of the Aggregator are available.Current release is the very first version of Virto Social Aggregator Web Part.For more information about the APIs in Share Point and when to use them, see Choose the right API set in Share Point. Manager object: Social Feed Manager Primary namespace: Microsoft. User Manager resource: (Social Rest Feed Manager) Primary namespace (OData): SP. Social Other key objects: SPSocial Feed , SPSocial Thread , SPSocial Post , SPSocial Feed Options , SPSocial Actor Class library: Microsoft. The following code example shows one way to incorporate the SPService Context Scope object into your code.Each API includes a manager object that you use to perform core feed-related tasks. Social Other key resources: Social Feed, Social Rest Feed, Social Thread, Social Rest Thread, Social Post, Social Post Creation Data, Social Rest Post Creation Data, Social Feed Options, Social Actor, Socia Rest Actor Access point: Manager object: SPSocial Feed Manager Primary namespace: Microsoft. Table 2 shows common programming tasks for working with social feeds and the members that you use to perform them. NET client object model (CSOM), Java Script object model (JSOM), REST service, and server object model (SSOM). API for common programming tasks for working with social feeds in Share Point placeholder value in the REST example should be replaced with the account name of an actual user.Virto Social Aggregator Web Part aggregates feeds from various sources and display them on your Share Point site in a single view, which is subject to flexible customization using XSL and CSS.Users can easily customize overall layout and stylesheet as well as define their individual datasources for the feeds.Share Point provides the following APIs that you can use to programmatically work with social feeds: As a best practice in Share Point development, use client APIs when you can. User Manager object: Social Feed Manager Primary namespace: SP.Client APIs include the client object models, the Java Script object model, and the REST service. Social Other key objects: Social Feed , Social Thread , Social Post , Social Post Creation Data , Social Feed Options , Social Actor Class library: Microsoft. Social Other key objects: Social Feed, Social Thread, Social Post, Social Post Creation Data, Social Feed Options, Social Actor Class library: SP. User If you're using the server object model to access feed content and your code isn't running in a Share Point instance (in other words, if your extension is not installed in the LAYOUTS folder on the application server), use an SPService Context Scope object in your code.