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Top Database APIs for Your Developer Toolkit

It’s been said that data is the most important commodity in today’s world. As such, an array of database providers have exploded onto the scene and developers have a seemingly endless supply of options for data management tools to choose from. So which database companies took a step toward to become an integral part of the developer toolkit by having a public API? Find out below—and then try them out by forking their collections to your own workspace:

  • MongoDB is an American-based document database company that has become popular among developers for its flexible schema approach. They offer a multi-cloud database service, MongoDB Atlas, that allows users to deploy databases to their preferred cloud provider. Check out the MongoDB public workspace here.
  • Notion is a notetaking and project management software that allows you to organize all your needs in one convenient place. Databases in Notion are the building blocks that allow users to create and manipulate structured data. Their Public Beta APIs allow you to programmatically query, create, and update these databases. Check out the Notion public workspace here.
  • HarperDB is another American-based company with a geo-distributed database featuring hybrid SQL and NoSQL functionality. The primary way to interact with the tool is via their REST API, and their public workspace on Postman is the primary documentation for all HarperDB API operations. Check out the HarperDB public workspace here.
  • Snowflake is a cloud-based data warehousing platform that offers data storage, processing, and analytic solutions. The Snowflake SQL API is a REST API that you can use to access and update data in a Snowflake database. You can use this API to develop custom applications and integrations that perform simple queries. Check out the Snowflake public workspace here.

There’s an API for everything in the Postman API Network! This hand-picked list is an interesting cross-section of database APIs that push the boundaries of innovation in data storage. Learn about their tech, explore their APIs for free, and don’t forget about other Postman-featured APIs, workspaces, and collections in the Public API Network. And if you have other database-related APIs to recommend, let us know in the comments below.

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