Welcome to the Safe Stream API, helping you to warn your customers about mature and upsetting content present in TV shows and movies, before they click play.
The Safe Stream provides a API to create access tokens, search for content, add content tagged preferences and lookup the content rating and comments for a single piece of content.
It provides a powerful feature for services to manage and anonymously store the content preferences of their customers, content consumers. A consumer may set their individual preferences which is backed by our tagging system.
Our tagging system covers sensitivities over these items:
When combined with the Instant Recommendation feature an individual consumer can know whether an single piece of content is suitable for them.
This dashboard provides 3 sections, information about your requests and remaining requests for a month, basic consumer statistics and global information of all content that is available to request.
This next screen shows the API requests that have been made for a given account, all requests can be exported as a PDF or CSV file.
All requests use the below base API route, we anticipate the need for versioning in the future for more complex needs and reverse compatibility.
To start using the API follow these steps:
Finally look at the implementation recommendations for insight into displaying the comments for your consumers.
Below are a list of the current features, for the initial version of the API, all of which are accessible for free users.
These items will be added to our API and all registered users will be notified when they are ready.
The Safe Stream project has been created by Matthew Smithies founder of Happy Titan and lead developer for Coursematch.
Happy Titan is a full stack technical consultancy focused on helping startups rapidly build and maintain digital products, our internal products include Envboard.