Application Programming Interface
What is an API?
API stands for Application Programming Interface.
An API is a set of clearly defined methods that allows 2 computers to talk to each other.
Your application sends data to the legal land server and gets back results in a computer readable format.
The results are then combined with your data and further processed by your applications to deliver what you need.
This is all done quickly and automatically by the computers, without the error and expense of rekeying data.
The server can process many millions of API requests per day.
Response time is well under a second.
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