SendWrite is a new service that allows you to send a real printed physical greeting card through its website. Even better, you can send a card via the incredibly simple, RESTful SendWrite API. There’s something magical about creating something in the real world through API calls. I think the concept makes just about every programmer smile. SendWrite is one of at least four real world APIs in our directory, including ThanksThank Notes, a similar service.
||The Twitter Ads API provides developers with programmatic access to advertising accounts. With this Advertising API, partners will be able to integrate their solutions to promote Tweets and Twitter...||Advertising||01.08.2016|
||Kloudless is a California based digital storage company. The Kloudless platform connects several cloud services, and supports advanced features such as collaborations, and event notifications. The...||Storage||12.28.2015|
||The Indian Pincode API delivers several operations related to postal addresses, and postal codes in India. This API returns data in JSON format, and features specific functions such as obtaining...||Indian||12.28.2015|
||The Voice Republic API allows developers to integrate streaming services into auditory applications. Create and share audio streaming applications from conferences, public events, podcasts, and...||Audio||12.28.2015|
||The RocketReach API allows you retrieve rich contact info and social data for people and companies. The RocketReach API can retrieve peoples' personal and professional contact information -...||12.11.2015|