The API uses RESTful calls and supports a wide variety of formats including XML, JSON, PHP, YAML and others.
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A Go library for interacting with the MediaWiki API. This library offers full access to the MediaWIki API for Go developers. Installation help and example code are available in the library documentation. Authored by Christoffer G. Thomsen, the library is not guaranteed to be stable as occasional updates are still being made.
This is a Python library designed to make it easy for developers to access and parse data from Wikipedia using the MediaWiki API. Specific methods available through this library include searching Wikipedia, getting article summaries, getting images, and more.