Sveriges radio nordic apis 21 mars 2013

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Presentation by Tobias Löfgren (twitter.com/ugglan) from Sveriges Radio from Nordic APIs Stockholm March 21st 2013. Describing the history, development and lessons learned with the Sveriges Radio API.

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Sveriges radio nordic apis 21 mars 2013

  1. 1. SID 1
  2. 2. Sveriges Radio’s APIHow did we get here and what happens next? SID 2
  3. 3. The Past SID 3
  4. 4. − Grew organically from of the needs of an enthusiastic external developer.− First real goal was to satisfy the needs of the app SR Poddradio for iPhone− RSS feeds of available podcasts SID 4
  5. 5. − Suddenly: an API!− SR Player for Android created on the initiative of users of the Swedroid forum. SID 5
  6. 6. − Semiofficial launch at Music Hack Day 2010− Word gets around in the organization SID 6
  7. 7. Villkor för API:tMaterialet som tillhandahålls via API ärendast för icke-kommersiellt bruk, ochfår inte användas på ett sådant sätt attdet skulle kunna skada Sveriges Radiostrovärdighet. SID 7
  8. 8. − Work started in 2012 to create a more generally useful, less ad-hoc, API specification− Loosen the tight connection between the Play-apps and the API− Workshop the User Licence SID 8
  9. 9. − Some success …− Versioned API− User Group SID 9
  10. 10. SID 10
  11. 11. … and some failures− No update to User License SID 11
  12. 12. − Version 2 of API launched in fall of 2012 SID 12
  13. 13. The Present SID 13
  14. 14. − APIv2 used by multiple external developers, e.g Replay− We are migrating our own apps to APIv2 right now. SID 14
  15. 15. The Future SID 15
  16. 16. − No current plans of moving on to v3− Evaluating real needs rather than inventing needs SID 16
  17. 17. − We are Public Service, but many of our partners are not− Continued work on educating the organization on the strengths of an open API SID 17
  18. 18. Questions? SID 18
  19. 19. SID 19

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