The Udacity Ruby Sample Code by Udacity presents how to access catalogs, lists, and course titles along with their URLs.
Additional languages include PHP, Node.js, and Python. JQuery library also available.
OCWSearch, the search engine for OpenCourseWare courses, has launched a search API. With courses from major universities such as MIT, Stanford or Yale, OCWSearch API now lets you search the full index and get information about course title, date, description or names of instructors.
Publisher Pearson recently launched its new API program with three of its top titles. The new platform provides a common set of tools that developers have grown accustomed to: documentation, sample code, app showcase, blog, forum and FAQs, for example. Pearson has a lot of content to pick from with its core offerings, as well as its numerous partners, and they decided to start by launching three very different content APIs: FT Press API, Longman Dictionary API and Eyewitness Guide to London API.
When a business starts its API journey, it has to make a number of key decisions. Not surprisingly, at each decision point, multiple options branch out it can become easy to become confused and cautious quickly. How do you make the decisions to embark on a successful API journey?