Since the API is built on returning data from a database, we’ve built a quick snapshot of the content. This is not the final result, but just a smaller snapshot of the content. Here you can also follow the ongoing migration work as the present timeline here, has to be migrated manually..
Yeah, we’ve just included a search function in the MCU API. Parts of the API, when communicating with it, will automatically fetch some basic info from IMDB what will make the API partially searchable with a “find”-request.
If you have further ideas of what to include in a generic API for the MCU, feel free to get in touch! You can do it via the contact page.
For example, if you want to fetch all MCU related movies where Chris Evans has been an actor you can simply run a request like this: /api/mcu/find/Evans.
The finder API will then look for the data in some of the selected columns that will be returned in the request like this (be aware that the URL in the screenshot is a development server and is not guaranteed to always work). The database is also currently incomplete as this is built on tests.