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API for the retrieval of <a href="https://reopen.europa.eu" target="_blank">REOPEN EU</a> data exposed in web and mobile apps.</brFor each participating country (EU27, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland), the information is collected and exposed in the 24 official EU languages.</br>For each country, a set of indicators – grouped under different domains – is defined.</br>Each indicator has three main elements (“title”, “value”, “comment”). Additionally, in some cases, sub-indicators may also be included. In this latter case, sub-indicators are listed in a specific field (“role”). To obtain the same information displayed in RE-OPEN EU, retrieve the data (get /data) of the selected indicator (get /indicators for a full list) and, if needed, also the data of all sub-indicators listed in the field "role" of the selected indicator.</br>A standard way to recover the overall information is the following:<ul><li>Retrieve the list of available languages</li><li>Retrieve the list of avai



  • Name: REOPEN EU support
  • Name: JRC-REOPEN-EU@ec.europa.eu



The security score of an API is computed as the number of OWASP top 10 vulnerabilities detected in the API.

  • OWASP issues detected: API7:2023


The performance score is derived from the median response time of the API, sometimes referred as p50. The median is the value separating the higher half from the lower half of a data sample, here the response times of the API.

  • The median response time of the API is 140 ms .

Get p50 under 220 ms to get a 4/5 score.


The reliability score is derived from the number of inconsistent server responses, either server errors or non-conforming return values.

  • Self compliance: response objects matched the declared response types.
  • Server errors: the server did not return any 5xx error.


The design score reflects the quality of the specification file (usually named openapi.json or swagger.json). Having a high-quality specification file (with up-to-date types and examples) help developers understand the API and tools produce relevant documentation.

  • Respects OpenAPI 3.0.0 schema specification.
  • Contains comments and summaries.
  • Contains examples.
  • Does not contain duplicated objects.

Popularity 5/5

The popularity score is computed from the number of references to the API found on the internet. Have your API used by many developers to get a higher score!

Last scanned: 5/4/2023