YouTube API

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The YouTube Application Programming Interface, or the YouTube API, allows developers to access video statistics and YouTube channels' data via two types of calls, REST and XML-RPC.

To use YouTube's API, a developer must acquire a Developer ID - this is an additional property that is attached to the developer's YouTube account. The information that is available to developers is similar to the information that can be acquired by accessing YouTube's many RSS feeds.

As of March 2006, API calls from Flash have been disabled due to security concerns.[1]

YouTube api is used among different music search engine such as SoundYouNeed.[2]

See also[edit]


External links[edit]

Video on YouTube