Single purpose API
To be a successful API provider means actively engaging with your developer community to build up your ecosystem of developers and partners. This research report looks at the growth patterns of eight successful API providers and the strategies they employed to gain traction.
Contentful is a content management service managed via APIs that lets users upload and store content, create web and mobile interfaces and more. This case study looks at how Contentful drove engagement and eventually adoption through the use of SDKs, both official and community contributed.
Edmunds is an automotive research website that offers APIs for developers to access automotive content. This case looks at Edmunds’ focus on encouraging third parties to be viable businesses via the Edmunds APIs. Edmunds also focuses on outreach activities including hosting an accelerator program.
||The Reise API offers integration with Ruter's journey planner service. GET methods are used for requests. Ruter is a Norway based transportation firm that provides information about several related...||Travel||09.19.2016|
City of Chicago Divvy Bicycle Stations - Historical
||The City of Chicago Divvy Bicycle Stations - Historical Stations API captures past data and trends of the availability of bicycles and spaces for retuning bicycles at Divvy stations in the City of...||Cycling||08.29.2016|
City of Chicago Divvy Bicycle Stations
||The City of Chicago Divvy Bicycle Stations API lists the pick-up and return locations of the Divvy bike sharing system. Notably, the API generates lists of all approved locations of system, including...||Cycling||08.29.2016|
City of Chicago Divvy Trips
||The City of Chicago Divvy Trips API supports the development of apps for individual divvy bike sharing trips. It offers users access to detailed descriptions of the origins, destinations, and...||Transportation||08.29.2016|
Laminar Regulation Data
||The Laminar Regulation Data API integrates regulations of a particular ICAO region. It can also implement a summary of aerodynamic regulations. Available as REST architecture with HTTP requests and...||Data-as-a-Service||08.24.2016|