Single purpose API
XML, JSON, REST
So you need to send emails. Pretty simple right? Not so fast. It doesn’t matter how easy your language or framework makes sending emails, if you try to do it on your own be prepared to configure mail servers, setup Spam-related DNS entries, and still wonder if mail is actually being delivered. And your applications needs to process incoming email? Back to the config files, piping mail to your script - or just end up polling a POP or IMAP box. That’s what I had to do, back in the day. Fortunately, like so many things today, there’s an API for that. Actually there are a few.
Despite attempts to reinvent it, email is still one of the most popular ways to communicate across the internet. Developers have long been able to take advantage of Emails popularity using various libraries that support POP, SMTP and IMAP. This is fine when you have access to a publicly available web server, but for small and hobby developers this can be an unacceptable cost.
||The Antideo API offers health checks that can be performed on IPs and Email adresses. These checks can be used for accepting user signups or checking orders against fraudulent indicators. Antideo...||Spam||10.05.2016|
||The Chatra REST API integrates chat services into web services. JSON is the supported format. Public and secret key are required as authentication methods.||Chat||10.04.2016|
||The Merchenta Pixelling API integrates consumer behavior for campaign targeting purposes. Email address and password are required to authenticate in the given endpoint available on Merchenta site.||Campaigns||10.04.2016|
||This SOAP API is a cloud-based lead management solution. It enables InsideSales reps to qualify leads, dial and improve contact rates. To use the SOAP webservice you will need to access the WSDL...||Enterprise||10.02.2016|