DataJoe API

The DataJoe API enables publishers (who store their data in DataJoe) to access the database on the fly. Independent of DataJoe, the publisher can create a customized HTML page (or a series of pages) to display data in a customized way. Then, using DataJoe's API documentation, the publisher can use simple coding requests to "hook" into the DataJoe database, retrieving targeted data for display. The result is a totally customized online display that pulls the actual data from DataJoe in real-time.

Benefits: you can create and customize your own pages using CSS, HTML, etc. Since you control the code, you don't need to rely on DataJoe when you want to make changes. The API offers a great measure of freedom in your development, as far as display and functionality.  

Here are a few examples of development utilizing the DataJoe API: