For reasons of serendipity, this seems to have been API week at FGI. We just keep posting stories about APIs. So, here is one more. It’s not new, but still a good one:
- Library Application Program Interfaces, By Roy Tennant, TechEssence, July 17th, 2008.
Application Program Interfaces (APIs) are structured methods for one software application to communicate with another. APIs allow programs to interoperate and share data and services in a standard way. Here is a list of library-related APIs that library developers may find useful.
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