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.
As discussed in my previous post, COPE (Create Once, Publish Everywhere) is a fundamental philosophy that drives NPR's digital publishing and distribution strategy and is the foundation of the NPR API. Supporting it all is a single system that manages all incoming content and funnels it out through a single distribution pipe, regardless of content type or destination. A key principle that supports COPE is ensuring that content is stored in a modular way.
Pagination is an important element for many projects dealing with large data sets as a way to make the volume of information more manageable and navigable. This tutorial by Relly Rivlin on the Backand blog shows followers how to paginate their data using ng-grid for AngularJS.