The Cooper-Hewitt Python SDK is a resource to access API collections' data in REST format. Repository includes installation and example using a Proxy. Some of the local projects that could be created with the API considering a museum scenario include collection explorer, immersion room, mansion history, body scanner, and process lab apps.
MTN has expanded developer access to its Mobile Money API. The API allows developers to build applications and services that automate the collection of bills, fees, and taxes; as well as the distribution of collected fees. Prior to the Ghana release, MTN had opened the API to developers in Uganda.
Six APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Marine, Blockchain, Museums and Stocks. Highlights include an API for data about collections in the Musée du Louvre and an NFT data API. Here's a rundown of the latest additions for developers.
Among the collections in the Brooklyn Museum are found eleven bronze sculptures by Rodin, five seminal Judy Chicago works, two Edward Hopper iconic paintings, and now one open-to-the-public API, with no admission fee. The API allows for programmatic search of the digitized collections of the museum, which encompasses more than 10,000 individual works. More details at our new Brooklyn Museum API Profile.