How-to: Thesaurus Java example Share via FacebookShare via TwitterShare via LinkedinShare via Google+Share via RedditShare via Mail Use the Altervista Thesaurus API from Java. Track this How-To/Source-Code Submit a How-To/Source-Code Summary Followers Comments Comments (0) Comment * Leave this field blank Post Comment Followers (3) Track this Howto/Sourcecode Username jduraes daaqing452 Leonardturpin Specs Realated APIs Thesaurus Languages/Plateform Java Tags Dictionary, Reference, Reference, Reference Added October 13, 2010 URL http://thesaurus.altervista.org/testjava Followers (3) /View all Track this Howto/Source code Related News Articles /View all Library Uses The New York Times API to Let You Find Most Popular Books Library Uses The New York Times API to Let You Find Most Popular Books It's always exciting to see those outside the web industry using an API to improve their sites. NY Times First Look blog has a great example of what Dallas Public Library has done with the Best Sel... News Adam DuVander News Services, Books, Library 11-17-2009 Library Uses The New York Times API to Let You Find Most Popular Books Pearson Launches 5th API Pearson Launches 5th API Pearson, a household name in the education and training markets, typically brings traditional study materials to mind (e.g. thick study books, video lectures, etc.). However, Pearson recently launc... News Eric Carter API, Reference, Education 07-05-2012 Pearson Launches 5th API NYPL Launches First Public API: What's on the Menu? NYPL Launches First Public API: What's on the Menu? In Spring 2011, the New York Public Library (NYPL) launched one of the largest culinary data projects of all time: What's on the Menu?. The NYPL maintains one of the world's largest menu collection... News Eric Carter API, Restaurants, Database 01-29-2013 NYPL Launches First Public API: What's on the Menu?