Single purpose API
Of the many APIs we published this week, seventeen were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those seventeen, which included the Anime News Network Encyclopedia API. The Anime News Network holds a database of over 14,000 titles, from over 10,000 companies. The API allows developers to request general reports and detailed information about anime titles, for up to 50 requests at a single time.
Picture this: you are a city employee in charge of fixing pot holes, or cleaning up illegal dumping. You have a gazzillion requests flooding in from well-meaning citizens just overjoyed to send you a text or a picture or both every time they hit a pot hole. How you gonna deal? The Cityworks API helps manage a city's assets--when maintenance and replacement needs to be scheduled, and organizing cost-effective inspections and assessments.
||Aquaplot offers sea routing functionality and distance computation for ships. Developers can build integrations related to route planning, route optimization, fleet maneuver planning, and traffic...||Optimization||08.15.2016|
NASA TechPort OpenData Support REST
||This REST API can be used to export NASA's TechPort data into an XML format to be further processed and analyzed as technology project data to be available as machine-readable. NASA open data...||Government||08.12.2016|
NASA Vesta Trek REST
||This API is a part of a collection of APIs that power the Vesta Trek NASA web-based portals for exploration. Map layers are available through OGC RESTful WMTS protocol. NASA open data supports NASA...||Astronomy||08.12.2016|
Skyscanner Locales Service
||This API allows you to return the list of localizations supported by Skyscanner, a global travel search engine that you can plan and book directly from millions of travel options.||Travel||08.10.2016|
Free Law Project RECAP
||The Free Law Project RECAP API allows developers to interact with the RECAP server to find out whether an item is in the archive or to upload a new item to the archive. RECAP is a free browser...||Law||08.10.2016|