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.
||The Classeur API allows developers to access their written content and resources. Classeur is a services for writing notes, documents, and blogs using Markdown. Users can create an unlimited number...||Writing||04.09.2016|
||Boxalino is a website personalization platform based in Switzerland. It is used to adapt a specific website with user information such as time, and weather data. The Personalization API provides...||Customization||04.07.2016|
Boxalino Data Intelligence
||Boxalino is a website personalization platform based in Switzerland. It is used to adapt a specific website with user information such as time, and weather data. The Data Intelligence API functions...||Customization||04.07.2016|
||Twingly is a blog search and data mining service. The Twingly Search API (previously known as Analytics API) intends to provide a commercial XML over HTTP API that enables machine access to Twingly’s...||Social||03.15.2016|
||Twingly is a blog search and data mining service. The LiveFeed API is based in SOAP and allows for the receiving of a continuous real-time (firehose) stream of blog data. It offers livefeed...||Social||03.15.2016|