This Marvel Comics Android library by Trey Robinson offers access to the API features which allow to build websites and applications with Marvel data. The RESTful API displays JSON responses associated with Marvel's stories, characters, and individual comic issues.
This is the second part of our series on push technologies. This article will look at PubSubHubbub, a closely related cousin to Webhooks. PubSubHubbubb is an API technology used to publish information on the Internet by pushing content instead of forcing clients to poll for it.
Stanford University's Highwire Press API is SOAP-based and uses a SUSHI protocol to issue COUNTER (Counting Online Usage of NeTworked Electronic Resources) reports. The API aims to help its partner groups, of librarians, researchers and publishers in the scholarly community publish, manage content, communicate and network more easily. Hosting over 1700 journals, books and other publications, HighWire provides a publishing platform that earned it recognition in EContent magazine as one of the top 100 companies in the digital content industry.
Wacku has launched a non-profit open API in the broadcast media space: OpenMedia.io. The OpenMedia.io platform collects video and other media from human and machine-readable sources. In turn, the API updates users when need additions or changes have been made to the library. Currently most of its sources include YouTube videos, Podcasts, Web-TV series, and some movies. The OpenMedia.io team has invited the major broadcasters and studios to participate in its open project to no avail.