The Game Time Baby API is a side project of developer Chris Riccomini that integrates sports data into applications. When he created the project, he wanted to access the daily schedules of MLB, NBA, NFL, and NHL, also accessing scores and times with 2-minute delays at the max. To make it happen, he used ESPN API, League Sites API, and MSNBC API, using AJAX, XML, and JSON as data returning formats. He also found a Python component to communicate with the interface. His findings included callbacks for free and for several thousands of dollars from official companies dedicated to access schedules and scores from baseball, basketball, football, and hockey major leagues. Chris currently works at WePay. Tweet him for more information about his side project Game Time Baby @criccomini
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