Of the many APIs we published this week, twelve were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those twelve, which included the WhateverWeb API. The WhateverWeb API gives developers access to the mobile developers toolkit via API calls. Specifically, the API is aimed to help developers take their websites and make them more adaptive, adding scalability and mobile optimization to their once exclusively web browser based sites. To learn more about the WhateverWeb API visit the WhateverWeb site as well as the WhateverWeb API blog post.
WP Remote, a web application that allows users to service and manage a number of Wordpress-powered sites from one place, has provided the WP RemoteAPI that will allow third parties to integrate with the application, providing opportunity for new and innovative developments. Built as a service that would give back to the Wordpress community and enhance the Wordpress experience, WP Remote is currently free to use and developers are encouraged to use it and test it as they will.
||ImgServe allows developers to edit photos in real-time by editing the image's URL. After signing up for an account, users can create a workspace and upload their images. The ImgServe Content Delivery...||Images||10.10.2015|
IBM Watson AlchemyData News
||The IBM Watson AlchemyData News API enables users to query the world's news sources and blogs as they would a database. AlchemyData News indexes 250,000 to 300,000 news and blog articles every day...||Content||10.06.2015|
Mozilla Page Visibility
||With the Mozilla Page Visibility API, users know when a page is in focus, considering tabbed browsing. The aim of the API in this case, is to send a visibilitychange event to improve user experience...||Browsers||09.25.2015|
||The SureDone API provides a unified, customizable eCommerce platform to integrate in retail applications. It features automation, inventory management, and multiple shopping channels. This REST API...||eCommerce||09.14.2015|