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# Icons8 API Icons8 API allows us to search and obtain [our icons](https://icons8.com/web-app). You're welcome to use our icons to extend the functionality of your web and mobile applications, website templates, and even tattoos. ![Tattoos](https://cdn.rawgit.com/icons8/api-docs/cff6fdf0/tattoos.svg) ## Usage Examples Some examples of what you can do with our icons: * **Template customization.** This way, [Canva](https://www.canva.com/) uses our icons to customize their layouts. * **Graphics and text editors.** [Gravit](https://gravit.io/) allows to insert our icons into the mockups. * **Any application with customization.** [TimeTune](http://timetune.center/) uses our icons to customize the activities. ## Getting Started To get started, please [contact us](https://icons8.com/contact) to obtain an API key. ## Pricing Our API license starts at $100/month.

Charts, simple as a URL. A safe and fast replacement for Google Image Charts

Description of Instagram RESTful API. Current limitations: * Instagram service does not support [cross origin headers](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Access_control_CORS) for security reasons, therefore it is not possible to use Swagger UI and make API calls directly from browser. * Modification API requests (`POST`, `DELETE`) require additional security [scopes](https://instagram.com/developer/authorization/) that are available for Apps [created on or after Nov 17, 2015](http://instagram.com/developer/review/) and started in [Sandbox Mode](http://instagram.com/developer/sandbox/). * Consider the [Instagram limitations](https://instagram.com/developer/limits/) for API calls that depends on App Mode. **Warning:** For Apps [created on or after Nov 17, 2015](http://instagram.com/developer/changelog/) API responses containing media objects no longer return the `data` field in `comments` and `likes` nodes. Last update: 2015-11-28

Your Gateway to Building Incredible Movie, TV, and Game Content Discovery Experiences.

Dig into our logoraisr API reference documentation. We also offer an OpenAPI specification to allow easy integration into your systems. You can download the json file by clicking on the download button.

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Medium’s unofficial API documentation using OpenAPI specification. # Official API Official API document can also be viewed for most up to date API spec at [https://github.com/Medium/medium-api-docs](https://github.com/Medium/medium-api-docs). Developer Blog - [Welcome to the Medium API](https://medium.com/blog/welcome-to-the-medium-api-3418f956552)

Our FREE API blocks images with nudity. Build from the ground up, accurate models, best in class support, great price.

Musixmatch lyrics API is a robust service that permits you to search and retrieve lyrics in the simplest possible way. It just works. Include millions of licensed lyrics on your website or in your application legally. The fastest, most powerful and legal way to display lyrics on your website or in your application. #### Read musixmatch API Terms & Conditions and the Privacy Policy: Before getting started, you must take a look at the [API Terms & Conditions](http://musixmatch.com/apiterms/) and the [Privacy Policy](https://developer.musixmatch.com/privacy). We’ve worked hard to make this service completely legal so that we are all protected from any foreseeable liability. Take the time to read this stuff. #### Register for an API key: All you need to do is [register](https://developer.musixmatch.com/signup) in order to get your API key, a mandatory parameter for most of our API calls. It’s your personal identifier and should be kept secret: ``` https://api.musixmatch.com/ws/v1.1/track.get?apikey=YOUR_API_KEY ``` #### Integrate the musixmatch service with your web site or application In the most common scenario you only need to implement two API calls: The first call is to match your catalog to ours using the [track.search](#!/Track/get_track_search) function and the second is to get the lyrics using the [track.lyrics.get](#!/Lyrics/get_track_lyrics_get) api. That’s it! ## API Methods What does the musiXmatch API do? The musiXmatch API allows you to read objects from our huge 100% licensed lyrics database. To make your life easier we are providing you with one or more examples to show you how it could work in the wild. You’ll find both the API request and API response in all the available output formats for each API call. Follow the links below for the details. The current API version is 1.1, the root URL is located at https://api.musixmatch.com/ws/1.1/ Supported input parameters can be found on the page [Input Parameters](https://developer.musixmatch.com/documentation/input-parameters). Use UTF-8 to encode arguments when calling API methods. Every response includes a status_code. A list of all status codes can be consulted at [Status Codes](https://developer.musixmatch.com/documentation/status-codes). ## Music meta data The musiXmatch api is built around lyrics, but there are many other data we provide through the api that can be used to improve every existent music service. ## Track Inside the track object you can get the following extra information: ### TRACK RATING The track rating is a score 0-100 identifying how popular is a song in musixmatch. You can use this information to sort search results, like the most popular songs of an artist, of a music genre, of a lyrics language. ### INSTRUMENTAL AND EXPLICIT FLAGS The instrumental flag identifies songs with music only, no lyrics. The explicit flag identifies songs with explicit lyrics or explicit title. We're able to identify explicit words and set the flag for the most common languages. ### FAVOURITES How many users have this song in their list of favourites. Can be used to sort tracks by num favourite to identify more popular tracks within a set. ### MUSIC GENRE The music genere of the song. Can be used to group songs by genre, as input for similarity alghorithms, artist genre identification, navigate songs by genere, etc. ### SONG TITLES TRANSLATIONS The track title, as translated in different lanauages, can be used to display the right writing for a given user, example: LIES (Bigbang) becomes 在光化門 in chinese HALLELUJAH (Bigbang) becomes ハレルヤ in japanese ## Artist Inside the artist object you can get the following nice extra information: ### COMMENTS AND COUNTRY An artist comment is a short snippet of text which can be mainly used for disambiguation. The artist country is the born country of the artist/group There are two perfect search result if you search by artist with the keyword "U2". Indeed there are two distinct music groups with this same name, one is the most known irish group of Bono Vox, the other is a less popular (world wide speaking) group from Japan. Here's how you can made use of the artist comment in your search result page: U2 (Irish rock band) U2 (あきやまうに) You can also show the artist country for even better disambiguation: U2 (Irish rock band) from Ireland U2 (あきやまうに) from Japan ARTIST TRANSLATIONS When you create a world wide music related service you have to take into consideration to display the artist name in the user's local language. These translation are also used as aliases to improve the search results. Let's use PSY for this example. Western people know him as PSY but korean want to see the original name 싸이. Using the name translations provided by our api you can show to every user the writing they expect to see. Furthermore, when you search for "psy gangnam style" or "싸이 gangnam style" with our search/match api you will still be able to find the song. ### ARTIST RATING The artist rating is a score 0-100 identifying how popular is an artist in musixmatch. You can use this information to build charts, for suggestions, to sort search results. In the example above about U2, we use the artist rating to show the irish band before the japanese one in our serp. ### ARTIST MUSIC GENRE We provide one or more main artist genre, this information can be used to calculate similar artist, suggestions, or the filter a search by artist genre. ## Album Inside the album object you can get the following nice extra information: ### ALBUM RATING The album rating is a score 0-100 identifying how popular is an album in musixmatch. You can use this information to sort search results, like the most popular albums of an artist. ### ALBUM RATING The album rating is a score 0-100 identifying how popular is an album in musixmatch. You can use this information to sort search results, like the most popular albums of an artist. ### ALBUM COPYRIGHT AND LABEL For most of our albums we can provide extra information like for example: Label: Universal-Island Records Ltd. Copyright: (P) 2013 Rubyworks, under license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment. ALBUM TYPE AND RELEASE DATE The album official release date can be used to sort an artist's albums view starting by the most recent one. Album can also be filtered or grouped by type: Single, Album, Compilation, Remix, Live. This can help to build an artist page with a more organized structure. ### ALBUM MUSIC GENRE For most of the albums we provide two groups of music genres. Primary and secondary. This information can be used to help user navigate albums by genre. An example could be: Primary genere: POP Secondary genre: K-POP or Mandopop

The destination for current and historic NBA statistics.

The Archive API provides lists of NYT articles by month going back to 1851. You can use it to build your own local database of NYT article metadata.

With the Article Search API, you can search New York Times articles from Sept. 18, 1851 to today, retrieving headlines, abstracts, lead paragraphs, links to associated multimedia and other article metadata. Note: In URI examples and field names, italics indicate placeholders for variables or values. Brackets [ ] indicate optional items. Parentheses ( ) are not a convention — when URIs include parentheses, interpret them literally.

The Books API provides information about book reviews and The New York Times bestsellers lists.

Get access to comments from registered users on New York Times articles. NOTE: This API is deprecated.

The Geographic API extends the Semantic API, using a linked data approach to enhance location concepts used in The New York Times' controlled vocabulary and data resources which combine them with the GeoNames database, an authoritative and free to use database of global geographical places, names and features.

Get lists of NYT Articles based on shares, emails, and views.

With the Movie Reviews API, you can search New York Times movie reviews by keyword and get lists of NYT Critics' Picks.

The Semantic API complements the Articles API. With the Semantic API, you get access to the long list of people, places, organizations and other locations, entities and descriptors that make up the controlled vocabulary used as metadata by The New York Times (sometimes referred to as Times Tags and used for Times Topics pages). The Semantic API uses concepts which are, by definition, terms in The New York Times controlled vocabulary. Like the way facets are used in the Articles API, concepts are a good way to uncover articles of interest in The New York Times archive, and at the same time, limit the scope and number of those articles. The Semantic API maps to external semantic data resources, in a fashion consistent with the idea of linked data. The Semantic API also provides combination and relationship information to other, similar concepts in The New York Times controlled vocabulary.

With the TimesTags API, you can mine the riches of the New York Times tag set. The TimesTags service matches your query to the controlled vocabularies that fuel NYTimes.com metadata. You supply a string of characters, and the service returns a ranked list of suggested terms.

With the Times Newswire API, you can get links and metadata for Times articles and blog posts as soon as they are published on NYTimes.com. The Times Newswire API provides an up-to-the-minute stream of published items.

The Top Stories API provides lists of articles and associated images by section.

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