API – Calling All Disney Developers

by on March 30, 2011 7 Comments

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We’re pretty geeky around here at HQ. Over the past few years, we’ve spent a lot of time building up a big database of Disney attraction, hotel, and dining information, and a lot more (we even started predicting park hours last week). Because we’re big geeks, we also love APIs — ways for 3rd-party web and app developers to access data (we talked about Disney APIs on the latest Betamouse episode).

As an experiment, we’re testing a simple API for that includes basic attraction, dining, and hotel information in JSON format. It does not include any crowd information or copyrighted data from the Unofficial Guide. It will, however, give you a bunch of core data that that may help jumpstart or add to a wicked-awesome Disney programming project; data that you won’t have to compile or maintain on your own (we will!).

If you’re a developer and would like to check it out, please email me: Eager to hear what you think!

Posted on March 30, 2011

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