Internet Archive is well-known for our interactive user services. These include the Wayback Machine, the archive.org website, and OpenLibrary. Less well known are the programmatic, or API (Application Program Interface) tools that can allow users and computer programs to access archived information “at scale.” Our APIs evolved over time, adapting to address specific projects and expanding as we introduced new services and capabilities into our operations. Although not entirely uniform, these APIS were created to…
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