In the past month (February 2016) we have expanded and documented our public API.
An api stands for application programming interface and offers the possibility to link software to each other regardless of the programming language.
Because our api is public, software developers can independently set up a link in XML and json format.
The API can be used for exchanging data between software packages, but also for reading data from a BI (business intelligence) tool.
A few examples of API calls:
More information and the description can be found on our Apiary page:
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