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The We the People API currently provides read-only access to data within We the People, the White House petitions system. This API provides access to data on all petitions that passed the 150 signature threshold required to become publicly-available on the site. We've also published a gallery of projects leveraging the We the People API, including links to live examples and GitHub repositories.
The Axesso Amazon Data Service API returns detailed Amazon product information including product title, manufacturer, reviews, size selection, and retail price. Additionally, the API supports product recommendations as provided by Amazon and invoke keyword searches to find up to 20 products relating to the searchterm. This service is comparable to the Amazon Product Advertising API, but presented in a more condensed manner. The usage requires a API Key in production mode. Find further information in our documentation http://api-doc.axesso.de/ or use our SDK https://github.com/Axesso/axesso-java-client. Please contact us to get full access to the API, to get a private plan or discuss your requirements relating to request amount and concurrency: [email protected]
HealthCare.gov for Developers We’re making our source code freely available on GitHub. All of our educational content about the Health Insurance Marketplace is available in machine-readable formats so that innovators, entrepreneurs, and partners can turn it into new products and services.
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GitHub is an American company that provides hosting for software developmentversion control using Git. It is a subsidiary of Microsoft, which acquired the company in 2018 for $7.5 billion. It offers all of the distributed version control and source code management (SCM) functionality of Git as well as adding its own features. It provides access control and several collaboration features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management, and wikis for every project. On June 2, 2011, ReadWriteWeb reported that GitHub had surpassed SourceForge and Google Code in total number of commits for the period of January to May 2011. Microsoft had become a significant user of GitHub, using it to host open source projects and development tools such as Chakra Core, PowerShell, Visual Studio Code, and Windows Terminal and has backed other open source projects such as Linux, and developed Virtual File System for Git (VFS for Git; formerly Git Virtual File System or GVFS)—a Git extension for managing large-scale repositories (and itself has been adopted by GitHub). For that reason, it is essential for users and developers intending to use a piece of software found on GitHub to read the software license in the repository (usually found in a top-level file called "LICENSE", "LICENSE.txt", or similar) to determine if it meets their needs.
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