This allows for greater interactivity and more seamless integration into your website or applications.
You will be able to perform similar actions as the controls themselves such as play, pause, stop, etc and your web page will now be able react to the player as events are fired.
We expose our data via an Application Programming Interface (API). Programmers use the MUZU API to retrieved data from the database. The API can be used in applications and websites allowing them to interact with the MUZU database.
This document is the official reference for that functionality.
Here are a few of the concepts every developer should know before interacting with the API.
The API supports the following methods to send and receive data.
Returns listings that match the browse criteria.
Returns details for a particular artist.
Returns details for a particular channel on MUZU.
Returns details for a particular video on MUZU.
Returns an image for a channel or video.
Other useful methods which can be used to return account data
In order to interact with the database an API Key
is required. This key will authenticate the user to communicate with the database. All MUZU API methods require authentication.
To authenticate a call to the API you must include the URL parameter muzuid=[YOUR_MUZU_API_KEY].
Get your API Key here
The MUZU API attempts to conform to the design principles of Representational State Transfer (REST). MUZU presently supports the following data formats: XML, RSS
MUZU API returns error messages in XML or RSS format. For example, an XML error response will look as follows
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<error code"1" description="Invalid MUZU Id">