API Mashups (1)
The company that launched the world's first grocery API now has a new mobile app, built upon its own platform. Anyone with a Tesco account and a Nokia phone can now add rhubarb and salad to their virtual cart while out and about. Like the API itself, the app gives us a glimpse of how we might all shop in the future, even if the future is just next year.
How do you attract developers to the world's first grocery API? How about by promising it won't go away any time soon? That's what Tesco's Nick Lansley has done in his recap of their first developer conference.
||The Fomo API allows developers to integrate social proof into their websites and apps to increase the rate of on-page conversions. Fomo can display recent customer actions - such as purchases,...||Marketing||08.31.2016|
Harvard University CS50 Food
||This API provides a RESTful interface and allows you to retrieve Harvard University Dining menus in JSON, JSONP, or XML. Each night, CS50 screen-scrapes nutritional facts, menus, and recipes from...||Food||08.26.2016|
||This REST API allows you to discuss and share with others and view your diet with advanced analytics using a nutritional product database and provide you access to build upon it. INRFOOD is working...||Food||08.24.2016|
Cloud Elements eCommerce Hub
||The Cloud Elements eCommerce Hub API provides developers with integrated access to leading cloud-based eCommerce services such as Shopify, Magento, Etsy, Bigcommerce, Volusion, WooCommerce, Weebly,...||eCommerce||08.24.2016|
The Nutritionix Track
||This REST API powers the Nutritionix Track mobile app. It can be combined with the v1.1 Nutritionix Branded Foods API to create a nutrition logging experience for your health and fitness apps.||Nutrition||08.21.2016|