DropBox APIs Read our docs Docs are organized by language, from .NET to Swift. Create your app Getting started is simple and quick from the App Console. Test your ideas It's easy to prototype and test examples with our API Explorer. Learn from our examples Photo Watch uses our Swift SDK to let users see their Dropbox photos on Apple Watch. Simple Blog Demo uses our .NET SDK to create a simple blogging platform for uploading and downloading files. Back up and Restore uses our Python SDK to back up user settings and then restore them to a specific point in time. Find out what's new What's new Jul 21, 2016Stack Overflow Documentation for Dropbox APIsWe’re excited to announce that we’ve been working with Stack Overflow on the launch of their new Stack Overflow Documentation. Jun 28, 2016API v1 is now deprecated As of today, Dropbox API v1 is deprecated. Apr 11, 2016Announcing the v1 to v2 migration guideUPDATE JUNE 29, 2016 This post now has been updated to include new information about open issues.
WikiLocation APIs How to call the API The API is REST-ful and operates over a standard HTTP GET protocol. The base URL is: The method is added onto the URL with additional parameters being provided via the querystring. locale (optional) - you can use this parameter in order to search for articles from a different wikipedia.org locale. Note: It is highly recommended that you follow @WikiLocation on Twitter for updates on changes to the API, downtime notices, and new features. Available Methods articles Find nearby Wikipedia articles based on a specific latitude and longitude Parameters lat (required) - latitude in decimal degree format. lng (required) - longitude in decimal degree format. radius (optional) - the radius (in metres) to search within. Example Usage Request: Response: <? gowalla/[ID] (deprecated) Due to Gowalla closing down, this method will be unavailable after 1st Feb 2012. foursquare/[ID] woeid/[ID]
Zoho API TVDB API General Information Any company or project must abide by the rules on our API registration form. Please avoid making more API calls than are necessary to retrieve the information you need. Each series has a zipped XML file that contains all of the series and episode data for that series. If your program has the technical capability of handling these files, please make an attempt to use them since they'll be mirrored by more servers and will reduce bandwidth for both the server and clients. For XML data, additional fields may be added at any time. Dynamic Interfaces This will be the locations of the PHP interfaces with parameter list and usage instructions. GetSeries GetSeriesByRemoteID GetEpisodeByAirDate GetRatingsForUser Updates (deprecated, use Below Method) User_PreferredLanguage User_Favorites User_Rating File Structure This will be the format of the static interface structure and usage instructions. Example Usage Development Tasks Step 1: Get an API key Step 2: Get a list of languages a. b. a. b.
TMDB API Delicious API DBPedia API The DBpedia data set can be accessed online via a SPARQL query endpoint and as Linked Data. 1. Querying DBpedia The DBpedia data set enables quite astonishing query answering possibilities against Wikipedia data. 1.1. Public SPARQL Endpoint There is a public SPARQL endpoint over the DBpedia data set at OpenLink Virtuoso as the back-end database engine. There is a list of all DBpedia data sets that are currently loaded into the SPARQL endpoint. You can ask queries against DBpedia using: the Leipzig query builder at the OpenLink Interactive SPARQL Query Builder (iSPARQL) at the SNORQL query explorer at (does not work with Internet Explorer); or any other SPARQL-aware client(s). Fair Use Policy: Please read this post for information about restrictions on the public DBpedia endpoint. 1.2. There is a public Faceted Browser “search and find” user interface at 1.3. here. 1.4. 1.5. 1.6.
Tumblr API Welcome to the Tumblr API! There isn't anything we enjoy more than seeing talented designers and engineers using Tumblr to invent whole new forms of creative expression. We've put a tremendous amount of care into making this API functional and flexible enough for any projects you throw at it. Join us in our discussion group to talk about how to use it, what could be better, and all the amazing things you're going to build with it. Follow our Developers Blog for important news and announcements. Please use the API responsibly, and send us your feedback. If you're looking for documentation for the old API, you can find it here. What You Need Get an OAuth key: register an application You'll need this to get your API key, even if you don't ever need to use a fully signed OAuth request. For more details, see Authentication below. Console Check out or developer console to test calls, and see live examples of using our official clients: API Console Overview URI Structure Blog Hostname Response Format