Later this year, developers will lose access to a popular API. Yesterday, streaming video giant Netflix announced that it will be shuttering its public API on November 14, 2014. A small set of developers including Flixster, Fanhattan and Instant Watcher will continue to have access to the Netflix API.
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|Netflix Backlot Account Authentication||This Netflix Backlot Account Authentication API provides access to the Netflix Backlot Source Requests...||Movies||REST v0.0|
|Netflix Backlot Source Requests & Delivery Management||The Netflix Backlot Source Requests and Delivery Management API provides access to; List All Fulfillment Partners, List All Content Partners, Initiate Deliveries, Override Inspection Errors and more...||Movies||REST v1.0|
|Netflix||[As of Nov. 14, 2014, this API is no longer publicly available. This page is maintained purely for historical and research purposes. For further information, please consult this article.] The...||Video||FEED v0.0|
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