HTTP is the foundation of all communication on the Internet. In this course, we'll cover how it works and how to use it to request information from a server. Let's get started!
Learn to use the APIs that power all the NPR web and mobile apps. You can retrieve text, photos, and audio from your favorite NPR stories, use geolocation to find your local NPR station, or pull audio transcripts from your favorite program.
Do you use social media, like Twitter or Facebook? Did you know that bitly is a great tool for sharing links and seeing how those links spread across the social web? This course will show you how to use the bitly API to shorten and analyze links, and how to search the bitly-verse for cool content being shared right now.
Making Requests to the Capitol Words API