Part III: Interfaces

The core of MiGA is not as useful if we cannot interact with it, and there is a variety of interfaces for that. At the lowest level, the documented API is available for developers to communicate directly with MiGA, either through scripts or through the console. A convenient wrapper including most common tasks (and some not-so-common) is available as the MiGA CLI. Finally, a graphical interface allowing result browsing and querying of projects is available as MiGA Web.