Whether it’s a mobile app to power a fantasy league or simply a website to feed a fan’s insatiable appetite, today’s sports consumer is accustomed to receiving a wide range of updated statistics and information while games are still in progress. But how can fans get these live stats? A data feed that gives you this type of information can help keep your product relevant and your users coming back.

Excerpt from the eBook:

“…If an application needs information for only a select number of teams, players or games, a call can be structured to retrieve only the necessary data and no more, thereby maximizing search speed. A couple of ideal uses for a REST API might include a scrolling ticker or other application displaying data for selected conferences, teams or athletes, or another application that will run specifically targeted queries — such as a search engine or voice-activated assistant…..”

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