We’re presently focused on those APIs and resources that provide access to content and other data. In recent years APIs have expanded to offer far more capabilities designed to support the needs of mobile apps and cross-app integrations. This has led to many wonderful new use cases for APIs. Yet there’s still much interesting work to be done in how data is syndicated, blended together, visualized, and otherwise used to communicate. Increasingly complex APIs have made such work increasingly challenging however. The problems in this area are where we are presently focusing our energy.

Since GET is the most appropriate HTTP method for accessing data the odds are far greater that a resource that can be accessed in this way is inline with our focus. Thus, we are only supporting this method at this time.