About 4 months ago, the Producteev Team announced the release of their new RESTful APIs.  To celebrate this event, we decided to setup a developer challenge to see who could make the best Producteev integration by the end of 2013.  The winner(s) would receive a brand new iPad Mini and promotion in the Jive Developer community.


During this challenge, we had numerous amazing conversations about how Producteev could complement both personal and enterprise applications, and while not all of them came to fruition we had some great submissions and most importantly ... we have a winner!


And the winner is ...




by: William Cheung


Tasks and Calendars should work better together, this integration made it happen, and we expect this to grow into a full 2-way sync between GCal and Producteev in the long run so more users could benefit from it.


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As in most competitions, it's hard to choose the best, but we wanted to highlight another fantastic submission that we think shows a lot of promise, and hope to hear more from in the coming months.




by Matúš Michalov of Gassumo Limited


Really powerful sync mechanism between Producteev and Microsoft Office365




Next Steps

First up, we'll be sending William Cheung his iPad Mini and awarding Producteev badges (left) to those who participated in the 2013 Producteev Developer Challenge.  Stay tuned to the Jive Developer and [Archived] Producteev Developers communities to learn more about how you can leverage both Jive and Producteev to build bigger and better solutions. 

Dont forget to check out the 2013-14 Jive Developer Program to learn how to win big by integrating with Jive and Producteev!