Single purpose API
API Mashups (3)
On your way to an interview and lose your way? Need directions to a new, hot restaurant? The QuickFuse Google Maps mashup offers the ideal solution. This mashup utilizes the Google Maps API to...
Have an ISBN for a book, but want additional information? This mashup is a bookworm’s favorite companion. Users simply enter an ISBN, and receive corresponding information from Amazon.com....
Away from your computer and need to manage your Tweets? This mashup offers an ideal solution. Users can utilize this service to telephonically manage their tweets remotely! The process is simple...
The marriage of Internet and Telephony has seen tremendous activity over the last year with several products allowing you to create telephony applications. Creating interactive voice response (IVR) applications has been difficult in the past, but with several cloud offerings, developers are being spoiled with choices. QuickFuse, an offering from telephony provider Plum Voice, is no exception.
C2Call Low Level
||The C2Call Low Level API integrates chat, messaging, voice, and video into web and mobile applications. It is available in JSON architecture with OAuth as authentication method. Usage aims to...||Chat||10.10.2016|
||Cloudways offers integration with the Thunderstack powered platform of Cloudways which automates cloud servers and management. This platform supports multiple cloud infrastructure, multiple...||Platform-as-a-Service||10.05.2016|
||The Microsoft Parature API integrates chat experiences that aim to increase customer engagement. Ut includes JSON architecture with Token as the authentication method. In addition to chat, users can...||Chat||10.04.2016|
Verizon ThingSpace Personal Cloud Storage
||The Verizon ThingSpace Personal Cloud Storage API integrates cloud services into telephony applications. It is available with OAuth2 as authentication method, HTTP requests...||Telephony||10.04.2016|
Verizon ThingSpace Device Messaging
||The Verizon ThingSpace Device Messaging API integrates communication services into mobile devices. It is available with HTTP requests and JSON responses, using an API Key to authenticate.||Telephony||10.04.2016|