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This api provides you with several endpoints to get updated info about champions, items, factions and summoners of League of Legends
A WebAPI for match history is now available on Dota 2. Web developers can now retrieve the match history and match details in JSON or XML format for use in their own applications.
Get list of weapons, items and more. Try the android app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.saffru.colombo.forweapons
The Steam API provides available user data from the games on the Steam platform. It also provides for global game statistics and up-to-date news.
Steam is a web-based platform that allows users to install, play, and discuss a wide variety of games across Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, and Linux-based systems. Steam officially launched in 2003 and offers such popular games as all of the Battlefields, Borderlands, Grand Theft Auto V, Ark, and more.
The Steam API, officially known as Steamworks, allows developers to tap into Steam functions to access user achievements, microtransactions, and user-generated content. The calls may be in JSON, XML, or VDF and require a key. The developer can then display returned information on their site or application.
Because of the popularity of the service and the corresponding API, many other game developers have opened up APIs for their own products.
Steamworks and those like it are great for web admins and developers who are gaming enthusiasts. The resulting information can be used in a multitude of ways, from displaying top users and providing game statistics to utilizing in-game transactional data and user-generated content.
Another widespread use of the Steam API is as an OpenID authenticator. Utilizing it in this manner allows your application to send a call to verify a user’s Steam name without the need for a password.
Without the API from Steam, developers would have no recourse to access any information about users, in-game achievements, or content from the service. Game stats and content can now be used and shared across networks and applications that would previously have been impossible before access to the API was available.
The Steam API will provide the most up-to-date information about any given game and its user’s achievements. Steamworks also allows developers to stay within legal guidelines through OpenID by not requiring a Steam username and password on their site or from within their application.
APIs like Steam allow calls for user stats, champions, team information, weapons statuses, item availability, news updates, and more.
All Steam APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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