Streetfix heads to Norway and Sweden

StreetFix, the application from Kevin Wells for keeping track of and reporting local problems, such as damaged street furniture, potholes, and so on, has been updated to work with a couple of additional remote API (application programmer interface) providers that use the FixMyStreet platform.

The change, added in version 1.07 of the program, means it can now be used in both Norway (the data for which comes from FiksGataMi) and Sweden (FixaMinGata). The UK data of course comes from FixMyStreet (note the slightly different URL to the platform itself above).

FixMyStreet, like many of Kev’s applications, need a working internet connection to work, along with a copy of Wget installed, which is used to pass information to and from the remote site.

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