Of the many APIs we published this week, eleven were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those eleven, which include the LairOut API. LairOut, in a nutshell, is a web-based event location directory that provides users with information on events happening around their location. All users have to do is enter in a location and date and the site will generate events taking place around that location at or near that date. The API simply makes this functionality available to developers via API calls.
When it comes to the course of creativity, some kind of order and management can turn a good idea into something successful and highly profitable. Having an effective tool that handles all the loose ends so creatives can focus on creating, can only mean better results at the end of the day. Shotgun is a service aimed at helping creative studios run smoothly and efficiently by providing the necessary tools to see a project to completion. Shotgun's API allows developers to access this functionality and easily integrate it with other applications.
||Habitica is a gamification habitat and a productivity application that helps users to achieve goals. The API allows to integrate content, users, groups, and challenges. Players use Habitica for work...||Games||10.16.2015|
||The allProView API is a RESTful API that provides tools for Portfolio, Project and Program Management. It also has tools for searching users, managing time sheets, human resources, and resource...||Business||10.05.2015|
||Prioritize.io API aims to improve the productivity of a business by prioritizing tasks. The service identifies itself as a Prioritization-as-a-Service and is useful to improve practices at work when...||Project Management||09.18.2015|
||The Teamwork Projects API allows developers to integrate their applications with the Teamwork Projects services, by making XML and JSON requests over HTTP. The API is Rest based, and can be...||Project Management||09.02.2015|
||The TeamCity API allows developers to make HTTP requests to the TeamCity server and get a response. The API is Rest based, and is an open-source plugin. This API can be authenticated via basic HTTP...||Project Management||09.02.2015|