From lights and switches to people and cars, SmartThings aims at communicating with everyday devices through a smartphone. With the availability of the SmartThings API, developers can add similar functionality with third party applications to create a more automated world. Although SmartThings strongly believes in the power of smart and mobile devices, it believes the inherent intelligence of smart devices will remain limited. Accordingly, SmartThings exists to transfer the “intelligence” of such devices to the application layer, and away from the physical device itself.
As yet another week of API profiling comes to a close, we take a look back at some of the APIs that caught our attention. This week there were 47 APIs added to our directory and our team picked the ones that stood out the most.
||The Investifly API is an integrative builder solution for testing and piloting a diverse range of automated trading techniques in virtual environments prior to deploying them in live trading...||Financial||05.17.2016|
||Space Bunny is an Internet of Things platform that can be used to monitor live streams, and to remotely control devices. This platform features safe message queues, user management, protocol bridging...||Internet of Things||05.13.2016|
||The xMatters API provides methods for accessing devices, device types, device names, groups, group calendars, people, shifts, and sites programmatically. xMatters is a company that offers business...||Business||05.04.2016|
||The Kaa Admin API allows developers to integrate their own applications with its internet of things (IoT) platform. The open source Kaa IoT platform provides an unobscured cloud for IoT development....||Internet of Things||05.04.2016|
||myCloudData API facilitates the development of secure cloud-based data processing and storage solutions for desktop, mobile, and web applications. The API supports creation of tables and processing...||Database-as-a-Service||04.25.2016|