Posts Tagged: APIs and legal information systems

New Law-Related APIs from Code for America

At least three law-related application programming interfaces (APIs) were released this summer by Code for America. According to a recent post by Dan Melton on the Code for America site, development of these APIs was funded in whole or in part by a Google Summer of Code grant. The new law-related Code for America APIs… Read more »

Federal Register API Now Available

An application programming interface (API) is now available for Federal Register data from FederalRegister.gov (also known as Federal Register 2.0), according to a 1 August 2011 post by Michael White of the Office of the Federal Register — and a member of our community — on the OFR Blog. According to the post, the API… Read more »