This is R sample code for working with the The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Public Data API. The API gives the public access to economic data from all BLS programs and allows you to create original applications with published BLS data. BLS provides data to make informed decisions and is used by employees, jobseeker, students, employers, investor and more.
As a DC-area resident, I've been one of many local developers saying that the DC Metro needs some sort of API. If anything, just to be able to build or integrate transit routes into existing apps. The wait appears over and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority now has an API.
Electronic health records management policy makers in the United States want to see APIs become a mandatory standard. But several leadership voices in the healthcare and IT industry, including Dr John Halamka from the Beth Israel Medical Center, say it is too early for APIs to take a central role.
We all like to party, but not all parties are created equal. Maybe it's not politically correct to say so, but it’s true. To get into some parties, you pay five bucks. To get into others, you bring a homemade dish. But if you wanna party political style, you should bring your cash. That’s the message I’m getting from one of our newest APIs: Party Time from the Sunlight Foundation.