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Apigee API Consoles make it easier to learn, explore and test APIs by letting you browse all methods, send and view request/response pairs and share what you are seeing with others.

We just added support for the Stack Exchange API and hope you will take a look and let us know anything we're missing, feedback, etc. We also added a few other "geeky" APIs for your holiday hacking you should check out - Github,, Google Prediction and others :) All APIs we support can be found on


All Apigee Consoles are free to use and to create!



Should support most browsers though we have seen some small issues with IE - if you see any browser compatibility issues, let us know!


API Consoles are made by the team at Apigee. You can contact us at, here or on Twitter (@apigee), or follow us on Github.


The Console is driven by a WADL document. You can find our WADL library on Github.

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+1 That's a neat website. – Nathan Osman Dec 28 '11 at 17:29
@Shanley - Are you going to update the Apigee API Console for the recently released Stack Exchange API v2.0, which specifically includes optional authentication via OAuth 2.0 for a respectively increased user experience as well? – Steffen Opel Mar 29 '12 at 12:45

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