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.
||Tradable Bits Media offers social media marketing services for sports, tourism, entertainment, hospitality, retail, and other agencies. The Tradable Bits API allows developers to implement marketing...||Marketing||11.18.2015|
Buzzlogix Text Analysis
||The Buzzlogix Text Analysis API allows developers to integrate its services into their applications, enabling their users to understand their customers and predict consumer's behavior. This...||Natural Language Processing||11.10.2015|
||The OpenLucius API offers a communication platform as an implementation for business applications. It features document collaboration, to-do lists, calendars, and status updates. This RESTful API...||Social||11.09.2015|
Ditto Social Stream
||The Ditto Social Stream API provides metadata about public photos that Ditto continuously mines from Twitter and Tumblr. Users choose a basket of brands and the API returns metadata about the photos...||Recognition||11.02.2015|
||The Pinterest Mini API is an unofficial API that allows developers to extract the URLs of pins on any board or page on Pinterest. Pinterest is a social pinboard service where users can "pin" web...||Images||10.30.2015|