Yes, the DBL API provides programmatic access to the metadata and contents of the DBL. The current iteration of the API allows for reading lists of organizations, users, license agreements, entries, revisions, and revision contents, based on the identity and permissions of the client.


The API takes a restful approach; providing more specific terms in the request gives more specific information. The information scopes from a list of entries to the contents of a single revision of a single entry (under a specific license)


See: http://www.thedigitalbiblelibrary.org/static/docs/api.html