Of the many APIs we published this week, five were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we'll shine a spotlight on those five, which included the Merriam-Webster Dictionary API for definitions, synonyms and antonyms. We said Webster's API would be good news to education apps that want to include words--and their definitions--in either strictly educational or word play format. Read more in the Webster API post or check out the Merriam-Webster API profile.
Last week, TextMaster launched an API that allows developers to integrate copywriting, translation, and proofreading services directly into an application or tool. From blogging platforms to e-commerce companies, any company or individual that needs a second pair of eyes to review content can utilize TextMaster's API. TextMaster CEO, Benoît Laurent, commented: "Potentially any company can need our services to translate a website or to write a brochure or a newsletter.”
||The Mac Vendors API allows users to programmatically find MAC address vendors. A MAC (Media Access Control) address is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces. Users can make up to 10,000...||Search||05.23.2016|
||The Stackshare API allows developers to discover new software tools, compare tools side-by-side, and share their own development stacks programmatically. This API is currently in closed Beta, and...||Tools||05.23.2016|
||The Bibler API provides full-text access to information searches and English translation comparisons of the Holy Scripture. Requests submitted to the RESTful API generate JSON-formatted responses....||Data-as-a-Service||05.17.2016|
TM Forum Agreement
||The TM Forum Agreement API provides users with a standardized interface for managing agreements, especially those between partners. TM Forum is a global member association for digital businesses....||Tools||05.11.2016|