The Star Wars API, currently in a pre-release phase, is independently supported by Paul Hallett, a Python & Go API developer and avid GitHub contributor. The API is purported to provide programmatic access to a trove of databased Star Wars film information, including Planets, Spaceships, Vehicles, People, Films and Species sourced from all six Star Wars films. For example, a simple GET HTTP request to the API will be able to return data associated with specific vehicles, returning "Luke Skywalker" from an inputted ID associated with the "T-65 X-wing." Interested parties can currently sign up for early access by visiting the home site.
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The Star Wars Android SDK by Julien Salvi interacts with the API to unofficially access people, films, species, starships, vehicles, and planets. It demonstrates usage by creating a global instance in the application.
The Star Wars API Node.js SDK by Stephan Tabor is a Node.js wrapper for the Star Wars API. The Star Wars API aims to provide programmatic access to a trove of databased Star Wars film information, including Planets, Spaceships, Vehicles, People, Films and Species sourced from all six Star Wars films.