With winners announced and organizers now regrouping to analyze the next stages, the Novartis mHealth Challenge - held last weekend in San Francisco and giving away over $40,000 in prize money - has demonstrated that for developers looking to aggregate APIs together into a health-focused, consumer-facing end-product, there is still plenty of room to enter the growing market. ProgrammableWeb spoke to Cheryl Cheng, one of the organizers of the hackathon and winners from Sense.ly to see what other API developers can learn from the outcomes.
||The Catalyze.io API is available as a simulation for initial implementation in healthcare practices. Documentation includes JSON protocols and access with API Key. Developers can use the API to...||Healthcare||01.15.2016|
Polarion Web Services
||The Polarion API allows to interact with Web Services features, including tracker, session, security, and test management. Polarion Software provides browser-based application lifecycle management (...||Software-as-a-Service||01.15.2016|
||The Reqres API is a hosted REST API that provides tools for responding to AJAX requests. Users can test front end applications against a real API. It conforms to REST principles and simulates real...||Tools||01.09.2016|
||The AKKA API aims to enhance application development. AKKA is available for Java and Scala & HTTP formats can be accessed from Maven central. For support, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org||Application Development||12.28.2015|
TrueVault REST Users
||The TrueVault Users API allows developers to create new users, following HIPPA privacy standards of patients' personal information. Authentication is available with API Key...||Healthcare||12.28.2015|