The Flat API allows you to easily extend the abilities of the [Flat Platform](https://flat.io), with a wide range of use cases including the following: * Creating and importing new music scores using MusicXML or MIDI files * Browsing, updating, copying, exporting the user's scores (for example in MP3, WAV or MIDI) * Managing educational resources with Flat for Education: creating & updating the organization accounts, the classes, rosters and assignments. The Flat API is built on HTTP. Our API is RESTful It has predictable resource URLs. It returns HTTP response codes to indicate errors. It also accepts and returns JSON in the HTTP body. The [schema](/swagger.yaml) of this API follows the [OpenAPI Initiative (OAI) specification](https://www.openapis.org/), you can use and work with [compatible Swagger tools](http://swagger.io/open-source-integrations/). This API features Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) implemented in compliance with [W3C spec](https://www.w3.org/TR/cors/). You can use your favorite HTTP/REST library for your programming language to use Flat's API. This specification and reference is [available on Github](https://github.com/FlatIO/api-reference). Getting Started and learn more: * [API Overview and interoduction](https://flat.io/developers/docs/api/) * [Authentication (Personal Access Tokens or OAuth2)](https://flat.io/developers/docs/api/authentication.html) * [SDKs](https://flat.io/developers/docs/api/sdks.html) * [Rate Limits](https://flat.io/developers/docs/api/rate-limits.html) * [Changelog](https://flat.io/developers/docs/api/changelog.html)
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
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)
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 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.
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.