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iTunes, App Store, iBooks, and Mac App Store Affiliate Resources - Search API. Cover Art Archive / API - MusicBrainz. Any requests to fetch cover art must go through the service.

Cover Art Archive / API - MusicBrainz

There are 3 classes of end points, text surrounded in braces indicates a variable. /release/{mbid}/ Summary Fetches a JSON listing of available cover art for a MusicBrainz release. Accepted Methods Responses - 200 if there is a release with this MBID. - 400 if {mbid} cannot be parsed as a valid UUID. - 404 if there is no release with this MBID. - 405 if the request method is not one of GET or HEAD. - 406 if the server is unable to generate a response suitable to the Accept header. - 503 if the user has exceeded their rate limit. Example > GET /release/76df3287-6cda-33eb-8e9a-044b5e15ffdd HTTP/1.1 > Host: > Accept: application/json /release/{mbid}/front Fetches the image that is most suitable to be called the "front" of a release.

. - 307 if the community have decided upon a "front" image for this release. Development / XML Web Service / Version 2 - MusicBrainz. Products > XML Web Service Version 2 The web service discussed in this document is an interface to the MusicBrainz Database.

Development / XML Web Service / Version 2 - MusicBrainz

It is aimed at developers of media players, CD rippers, taggers, and other applications requiring music metadata. The service's architecture follows the REST design principles. Interaction with the web service is done using HTTP and all content is served in a simple but flexible XML format. The same web service is also available in JSON format. The web service root URL is. Developer Resources - MusicBrainz. See also Development.

Developer Resources - MusicBrainz

Client libraries libcoverart A C/C++ development library geared towards developers who wish to add cover art capabilities to their applications. libmusicbrainz A C/C++ development library geared towards developers who wish to add MusicBrainz lookup capabilities to their applications. libdiscid. Discogs API Documentation. The Discogs API v2.0 is a RESTful interface to Discogs data.

Discogs API Documentation

You can access JSON-formatted information about Database objects such as Artists, Releases, and Labels. Your application can also manage User Collections and Wantlists, create Marketplace Listings, and more. Database data is made available under the CC0 No Rights Reserved license, which means there are no restrictions on what you can do with it. CloudConvert - API Documentation. For using the CloudConvert API you need your personal API Key, which can be showed on your dashboard.

CloudConvert - API Documentation

For API support please feel free to contact us. Official Wrappers If you have problems with one of our wrappers please open an issue on the GitHub project page. Of course, feel free to improve and modify them. Third Party Wrappers Please note that these wrappers are not created by us and we can not fully support them. Interactive Examples The following interactive examples can give you a quick overview how the CloudConvert API works. Formatting Requests The CloudConvert API follows the basic standards for REST APIs. Format the parameters as JSON request body. In order to start a new conversion you need to create a new Process ID first.

POST A response could look like this: Genius API. 8tracks API v3.0 Documentation. API. Spotify API. Our Web API lets your applications fetch data from the Spotify music catalog and manage user’s playlists and saved music.

Spotify API

Based on simple REST principles, our Web API endpoints return metadata in JSON format about artists, albums, and tracks directly from the Spotify catalogue. The API also provides access to user-related data such as playlists and music saved in a “Your Music” library, subject to user’s authorization. Getting started User Guide: A quick overview of the Web API to get you started.Tutorial: A step-by-step guide to creating your first Web API application.My applications: Register your app and get keys for authenticating your requests.Code examples: Get demos, wrappers, and tools for your programming language.

Reference. SoundCloud API - Guide. Deezer API. YouTube Data API. The YouTube Data API lets you incorporate functions normally executed on the YouTube website into your own website or application.

YouTube Data API

The lists below identify the different types of resources that you can retrieve using the API. The API also supports methods to insert, update, or delete many of these resources. This reference guide explains how to use the API to perform all of these operations. The guide is organized by resource type. A resource represents a type of item that comprises part of the YouTube experience, such as a video, a playlist, or a subscription. Calling the API The following requirements apply to YouTube Data API requests: Every request must either specify an API key (with the key parameter) or provide an OAuth 2.0 token. Resource types Activities An activity resource contains information about an action that a particular channel, or user, has taken on YouTube. For more information about this resource, see its resource representation and list of properties.

Captions Channels. Google APIs Explorer. ProgrammableWeb - APIs, Mashups and the Web as Platform.