As another week comes to a close, we take a look back at some of the APIs that caught our attention. This week there were 43 APIs added to our directory this week and our team picked the ones that stood out. Read below for more information on each.
Of the many APIs we published this week, eight were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those eight, which included the app55 API. The app55 API is a UK-based payment service provider that offers developers a simple, secure payment method. The most unique feature of the API is its PCI outsourcing, allowing for third parties to better handle the security. To learn more about the app55 API visit the app55 site as well as the app55 API blog post.
Poikos, computer vision system provider, has launched the FlixFit API that allows third party apps and websites to capture high quality human body measurements through imaging. The current goal of Poikos’ measurement technology is to improve online retail experiences by understanding EXACTLY what size to order without leaving home.
||The StudentConnect API allows websites to validate the personal profiles of students that sign up for products that are restricted to, or targeted at, students enrolled in academic institutions. The...||Marketing||06.08.2016|
||The Bucky Box API simplifies the integration of shopping carts for third-party sites. Users can also embed it as a turnkey system for channeling new customers along with new orders into the Bucky Box...||eCommerce||06.07.2016|
DealsRace Deals Picker
||The DealsRace Deals Picker API allows developers to integrate a price comparison system into their existing applications. The API provides price comparisons, coupons, and deals for more than 1000 e-...||eCommerce||05.31.2016|
||The Square Register API mediates communication between Android or iOS apps and Square’s payments processing apps. The API’s provider is the vendor of Square payments processing hardware that include...||eCommerce||05.27.2016|
Microsoft Cognitive Services Emotion
||The Microsoft Cognitive Services Emotion API recognizes emotions expressed by one or more people in an image, and returns a face identification bounding box. It detects the following emotions:...||Recognition||05.26.2016|