What is an API?

API stands for Application Programming Interface. APIs allow programs or external websites (third-parties) to communicate with Calaméo and to exchange information. These exchanges allow developers to create practical programs or services using data from Calaméo.

For example, directly from your back-office, you can manage the publishing, update and modification of the properties of your publications, or add subscribers and control their access. You could make a calendar with your publications, or improve the way you use Calaméo thanks to tools or features that Calaméo doesn’t offer directly.

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