Single purpose API
Your web application is all shiny and new - it uses the perfect combination of the new cutting edge API everyone’s talking about, and a few old standbys. The only problem? You keep refreshing the page to see if something happened. You know, if someone signed up, or posted, or commented - or whatever it is your application does. Those real-time APIs are for much more than just the sample chat applications.
The number of services offering real-time APIs is slowly but surely expanding and it looks like we're going to have to add quite a few more. Since the start of the year a new type of service has started to appear--client push services, which help developers include real-time updates in their web apps.
Metricle Contextual Sentiment
||The Metricle API integrates financial big data alerts in real time. It is available in JSON format with Api Key. As a service, Metricle offers sentiment, user scoring, and event detection. Metricle...||Financial||06.14.2016|
||The Subiz API allows developers to integrate live chat platforms in ecommerce websites. It supports real-time communication with website visitors to enhance customer engagement metrics. The API’s...||Customer Service||06.13.2016|
||Telepat is a San Francisco based application development platform which features document feed management, live event interaction, and big data and social graphs support. This platform pushes updates...||Application Development||05.24.2016|
||The Mac Vendors API allows users to programmatically find MAC address vendors. A MAC (Media Access Control) address is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces. Users can make up to 10,000...||Search||05.23.2016|
||The Stackshare API allows developers to discover new software tools, compare tools side-by-side, and share their own development stacks programmatically. This API is currently in closed Beta, and...||Tools||05.23.2016|