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 (that I’ve been able to identify) are:
- congress, “a Ruby wrapper for” Sunlight Labs‘ Real-Time Congress API;
- councilmatic, an API for “Philadelphia City Council Legislative Information“; and
- fcc_reboot, “[a] Ruby wrapper for the FCC Reboot APIs“.
All of the Code for America APIs released this summer are available on GitHub.
If you know of other law-related APIs released recently by Code for America, please feel free to identify them in the comments.
HT Dan Melton.