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  •    DotNet

This .NET 3.5 class library provides a wrapper for the Calais web service. Calais allows you to automatically annotate your content with rich semantic metadata, including companies, cities, industry terms and people.

rcrossref - R client for various CrossRef APIs

  •    R

The following functions all use the CrossRef API.cr_r() uses the function cr_works() internally.

metahub - github metadata cache/mirror

  •    Javascript

A per-repo, always-up-to-date cache of Github's meta-data (like issues, PRs, and comments). Great for speeding up requests and avoiding running over GitHub's API limits.Long-running services that want to frequently calculate/respond to metrics based on Github Issues, PRs, and comments. Metahub was created for Mary Poppins, a tool for helping to manage issues and PRs on populat Github repos.

GooglePlay-JSAPI - Google Play Store API in NodeJS

  •    Javascript

When i was working on https://github.com/meetsapp/SmartAppBanner, i thought it will be cool to have support for Android Banners also but i've found quite hard to get the desired metada from Google Play Store with non-official libraries based on Python or Java, as i don't know a bit about these languages.

node-musicbrainz - A MusicBrainz API V2 client for node.js

  •    Javascript

This is a MusicBrainz XML Web Service Version 2 client written in JavaScript for node.js. It's a work in progress. Currently supports lookups with an MBID or DiscId, as well as searches for artist, release, or recording.

somascrobbler-api - An API tfor real-time SomaFM track metadata

  •    Javascript

SomaScrobbler API Server streams SomaFM track metadata in real-time over socket.io. SomaFM's metadata contains a lot of errors and typos, so the data is auto-corrected and enhanced using Last.fm's correction API. SomaFM is probably not too happy if a thousand people poll their API about several dozen thousand times per day. So if you intend to run this software locally just for you, it might be better to use api.somascrobbler.com instead of running your own.

nforce-metadata - An nforce plugin that facilitates working with the Salesforce metadata api

  •    Javascript

nforce-metadata allows you to make requests to the Salesforce Metadata API just as easily as you can make requests to the REST API using the nforce base module. The methods are all under the meta namespace in the connection object. Here is an example call.

node-google-play - Get details and download apps from https://play

  •    Javascript

Call Google Play APIs from Node. You might want to check out the CLI package as well. By default behaves like a Nexus device with SDK 23 for app downloads.

ipdata - :computer: An IP lookup system utilizing open datasets

  •    Go

ipdata is a free and open-source ip address lookup system. It combines the results retrieved from multiple maxminddb databases to provide you general geo/isp data for version 4 addresses. The project is currently available as a publicly consumable API, an easily importable Golang package called ipdata for use in your own Go projects, and a public Docker image on DockerHub. Please note: The hosted version of ipdata.info does not store ANY ip data that is requested. If this is a real security concern of yours I recommend either using the self hosted Binary/Docker image or importing and utilizing the package yourself.

habanero - low level client for Crossref search API

  •    Python

This is a low level client for working with Crossref's search API. It's been named to be more generic, as other organizations are/will adopt Crossref's search API, making it possible to interact with all from one client.

169254 - :pager: A simple API that simulate AWS EC2's metadata endpoint

  •    Go

Every EC2 Instance from AWS have access to a special metadata service that is used to retrieve metadata information about the instance such as ami-id and local-ipv4. The metadata service is tipically accessible on the private endpoint and cannot be accessed outside of the instance. Whether you're writing some tests or building an application that data given back by the service metadata, you'll need to run it inside the instance or use some kind of mock API.