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| NPR Authorization||The NPR Authorization Service provides an interface to the OAuth2 server to create a new Token, Show a web-based login/signup form to a user, Initiate an OAuth2 login flow for limited input devices...||News Services||03.28.2019|
| NPR Story||The NPR Story API is a gateway to content published by stations and npr.org. In order to get API content to your site we provide plugins for your CMS. The API allows you to GET topics, music Genres...||News Services||03.28.2019|
| NPR One Sponsorship||The NPR Sponsorship API provides sponsorship services for non NPR One client applications. API methods are available to record tracking data for DAAST sponsorship units and request DAAST sponsorship...||News Services||03.28.2019|
| NPR One Identity||The NPR Identity Service provides an entry point to user specific information. This includes retrieving the latest state information about the logged-in user, updates about the logged in user's...||Media||03.28.2019|
| NPR One Listening||The NPR Listening Service provides audio recommendations and preferences programmatically. This includes data for channels, organizations, ratings, recommendations and others. NPR provides News,...||News Services||03.28.2019|
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The idea of "eating one's own dog food," or dog fooding, goes back a long way--most notably, with companies using their own software to demonstrate the technology's performance and value. Today, many companies are dogfooding their APIs, not only to demonstrate the APIs' benefits but also to put the technology through its paces over time.
Although hypermedia APIs may not be a fit for every situation, they can be a powerful option when both standardization and flexibility are needed for cross-organizational data. That’s a key reason why a hypermedia API lies at the core of the Public Media Platform (PMP), a collaborative project among five of the country’s leading public media organizations.