The easiest way of using the database is using one of the client libraries for your language:

  1. JavaScript jQuery plugin
  2. C# API (courtesy of Joel Martinez)
  3. PHP API (courtesy of Batista Harahap)
 

4 Responses to Libraries

  1. I also created a Symfony2 Bundle using the API and displaying a fact after every command launched in the terminal. Completely useless, but quite funny for SF2 developers ;)

  2. Phil Simmons says:

    I wrote a full NodeJS wrapper library around the API. It is available for download via NPM at https://www.npmjs.com/package/chuck-norris-api and on Github at https://github.com/lobobabysaurus/chuck-norris-api, with full documentation at https://phil-simmons.com/chuck-api-docs/

    Could this be added to the library list with a link?

  3. Hi, I wrote python wrapper for this API on github https://github.com/Keda87/chuck-norris-python and it will be in python pypi asap.

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