The mite.api is designed as a RESTful web service. All resources – such as time entries, projects or customers – can be addressed via a unique URL. They can be read or edited by using the HTTP verbs GET, POST, PUT and DELETE.
Besides XML, the mite.api understands JSON.
With a regular browser, you can only read data. Because Firefox is able to display XML data inline, it’s perfect for that task.
To check the edit and delete methods of the API, we recommend a command line tool such as curl which makes it easy to send HTTP requests. Not familiar with the terminal? You might have a look at the Firefox add-on RESTClient or the Google Chrome extension Rest Console then. Both are pretty handy.
- mite.cmd by Lukas Rieder — Ruby
A command line interface for mite
- git2mite by Alexander Lang — Ruby
Writes git commit messages to mite
- Git-Hooks by Thomas Spycher — Python
Adds hooks to use in any git repository
- Trac2mite by Thomas Klein — Python
Integrates mite with the bug tracker Trac
- Mantis2mite by Thomas Klein — PHP
Integrates mite with the bug tracker Mantis
- Redmine2mite by Thomas Klein — Ruby
Integrates mite with the project manager Redmine
- TrelloMite by Hannes Sachsenhofer — .NET
Integrates mite with the ToDo manager Trello
- mite4java by Simon Martinelli — Java
Helps with reporting and Excel export
- CoReMite by Christopher de Bruin — Ruby
A console reporter
A UserScript for Google Chrome (alpha)