As suggested by @AndrewMBaines:
To cover embedding and using the API.
First off regarding the API see https://github.com/metabase/metabase/wiki/Using-the-REST-API
Python (django), Ruby (rails), Node.js and PHP (laravel) examples are in:
Integrating using the REST API and C#: Using the REST API with .Net
If you want to start at a slightly higher level with interacting with the API than
curl and Python is your thing and you just want to
pip install metabase here’s a client lib:
Migrating Metabase Data using the API
Here’s link to the beginnings of a tool written to migrate questions and dashboards to multiple instances:
Some specific API call experiences
Does the pameters go in as query string parameters or in the
body. To URI encode — or not … that is always the question! If not the answer at least here are some of the experiences (including some answers):
Finally - if you want/need to get rid of the Metabase logo (either to save precious screen space, want to “whitelabel” when you embed in your own product or service – or simply because you would like to support their endeavor) the Metabase guys have this offering called Premium Embedding which they wrote about here:
To cover embedding and using the API. I think we should have a separate Wiki for working on the source code though.
@jornh: Got it! If it’s sources for embedding I’m sure Pull Request’s (PR’s) to the https://github.com/metabase/embedding-reference-apps repo would be very well received by the Metabase core team