# What is the Bandsintown API? The Bandsintown API is designed for enterprise partners and artists with websites, media players, and/or mobile applications that would like to list an artist's events and provide their users with the ability to buy tickets and RSVP to these events. It offers read-only access to artist info and artist events: - artist info: returns the link to the Bandsintown artist page, the link to the artist photo, the current number of trackers and more - artist events: returns the list of upcoming events including their date and time, venue name and location, ticket links, lineup, description and the link to the Bandsintown event page Note you can also search for events on a given date or within a given date range, including past dates. # Getting Started - In order to use the Bandsintown API, you must have written consent from Bandsintown Inc. Any other use of the Bandsintown API is prohibited. [Contact Bandsintown](http://help.bandsintown.com/) to tell us what you plan to do and request your personal application ID. - Find out about the API methods available and the format of the API responses below. Select the method you wish to use and try it out online with the app ID provided to you. - Call our Bandsintown API with the app ID provided straight from your website or back-end platform and choose which element of the API response you wish to display. Scroll to the bottom of this page to find out about the Models used.
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)
RiteKit API is based on REST principles. Authentication uses standard OAuth 2.0 process ##Getting started 1. Sign up for [RiteKit](https://ritekit.com/) 1. Go to [developer dashboard](https://ritekit.com/developer/dashboard/) 1. Click "Create a token" button to get your **Client ID** and **Client secret** 1. When you reach your free limit of calls per month, [upgrade to paid tiers](https://ritekit.com/developer/) ## Options for authorizing API Calls #### Using Client ID directly You can directly connect to our API using your **client ID** by sending it as a GET query parameter. This option is simple (no need for oAuth) but it should be used only in case the Client ID is not exposed publicly. GET https://api.ritekit.com/v1/stats/multiple-hashtags?tags=php&client_id=292c6912e7710c838347ae178b4a
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Contact email@example.com to obtain a test API key