FamilySearch is the largest source of genealogy data online. In a recent YouTube video, LockerGnome's Jake Ludington talks to Gordon Clarke of FamilySearch at OSCON about how developers can use the FamilySearch API to build mobile web applications that extend the usefulness of genealogy data and provide a rich experience for sharing data about ancestors.
You can watch the video at http://youtu.be/BsVUWIaU2w4 or by clicking on the image above.
NOTE: "API" is an abbreviation for "application programming interface," a method by which an application program accesses data or other programs, often even residing on other computers.
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