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6 reasons killing off Yahoo Pipes was a bad idea | Dev | by James Pars...

Aug 28 2015

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Developers often look for value in unexpected places, and one of those places for the last few years has been Yahoo. Its Pipes app launched in 2007 and quickly proved to be one of the most innovative data stream management apps around.

Now, nearly a decade later, Yahoo’s rocky history with users and their internal reorganization has led to it announcing that it would be

As one of the people who still used Pipes on a daily basis, this is awful news. I doubt my writing about it will change any minds, but I believe the closure of Pipes is a bad idea, and here’s why.

1. Many Developers Rely on It

Yes, it’s an older property. Yes, it has been somewhat replaced in recent years by services like . We all know, though, how hard it is to get developers to update the services they use. Pipes is like an old friend, who maybe doesn’t have the prettiest interface and requires a bit of knowledge to use properly, but damnit, we have that knowledge. We worked for that knowledge, back before IFTTT came out with their fancy Web 2.0 interface.

Pipes grew to prominence primarily because it crossed <a href="" target="_blank" title="Continue reading original article" style="font-size: 1.2em;">. . .</a>

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