We love to see blog posts by people with examples of Webscript being used well. Last week, Julien Genestoux blogged about how he used Webscript to create Tumblr posts from a Superfeedr aggregation stream. The script simply acts as a Superfeedr webhook that calls Tumblr’s posting API with the appropriate credentials.

I think Jeff Lindsay summarized it well in a comment: “Great example of using lightweight glue code (thanks to Webscript) to integrate apps with webhooks. That's exactly the intended use! It's just taken this long for something like Webscript to come along...”

For the full details, including the code for the script, read the post on Julien's blog.