The Quizlet API lets developers use Quizlet's vast database of over 200 million flashcards covering every possible subject. With over 2 million registered users and more than 7 million flashcard sets, Quizlet is the largest flash cards and study games website.
The Quizlet API lets users search, download, edit and upload flashcard sets for use in their own applications. Developers can also mark sets as favorites (which show up on the website), create, edit and join groups that can be used for grouping both classmates and sets. Developers can also search for definitions and more.
The API uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON. Quizlet's API also suppors OAuth2 which allows developer to authenticate and act on behalf of Quizlet users.
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The Quizlet PHP Sample Code by Quizlet demonstrates how to authenticate in three steps to make an API call. Steps include how to display a dialog box, how to get the token authorization, and how to use the API with the token. A correct response shows username and titles of the logged in person, in a version ready to print.
Quizlet is an online learning tool created by Andrew Sutherland with the aim to make learning more exciting. The Quizlet PHP code sample demonstrates three steps authorization with the user, creating next an example API call. The objective of this code is to display the username and titles for the person who logs in. To gain a more clear idea, developers need to sign up for the 2.0 API.