Of the many APIs we published this week, eighteen were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those eighteen, which included the CIPF RENATO API.
Stanford University's Highwire Press API is SOAP-based and uses a SUSHI protocol to issue COUNTER (Counting Online Usage of NeTworked Electronic Resources) reports. The API aims to help its partner groups, of librarians, researchers and publishers in the scholarly community publish, manage content, communicate and network more easily. Hosting over 1700 journals, books and other publications, HighWire provides a publishing platform that earned it recognition in EContent magazine as one of the top 100 companies in the digital content industry.
||The University of British Columbia Open Collections library contains about 200,000 items such as digital photos, books, newspapers, maps, videos, theses and more. The Open Collections API from the...||Library||03.30.2016|
||The GeoGebraTube API allows developers to integrate the GeoGebraTube material manager into their websites and applications. GeoGebra is a graphing calculator for functions, geometry, algebra,...||Math||03.09.2016|
||Document Alchemy provides an API for reading, writing, processing and transforming a variety of document formats, including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint; Apache OpenOffice Writer, Calc and...||Documents||03.07.2016|
||Ghost is a collaborative publishing and blogging platform. The Ghost API provides access to publishing data. Developers who work with bloggers could benefit from the API, which is available in JSON...||Publishing||03.03.2016|
||The Datamuse API is used to integrate a word-finding query engine. It can be used in apps for programmatic access to Datamuse's websites, including OneLook, and Rhymezone. OneLook is a dictionary...||Words||02.15.2016|