Paytronix

The Paytronix API manages customer loyalty programs. This RESTful API accepts calls in JSON or XML and authenticates with OAuth and Token. Use Paytronix to create reward programs or email clubs, manage giveaways, and analyze customer data. The documentation includes detailed instructions on getting started with Paytronix as well as a practice console for experimenting with the API.

GitLab

The GitLab REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of GitLab with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include retrieving and managing users, posting and retrieving issues, and managing project information. GitLab is an open-source platform for developers collaborating on code and coding projects.

Prismatic Interest Graph

The Prismatic Interest Graph API allows developers to automatically tag interests mentioned in a document or piece of text as well as retrieve a set of interests that are similar to a given one. Prismatic is a social recommendation network that helps users find content related to their interests by analyzing content, identifying the interests it pertains to, and recommending it to users who share those interests.

Etherpad

The Etherpad API allows users to access, import, and export Etherpad data in many popular formats. Etherpad is an open source collaborative editing service that runs in-browser and allows multiple parties to update the same documents in real time. Users can take advantage of one of the publicly available instances of Etherpad, or they can set up a server and install their own instance.

Paraimpu

Use Paraimpu REST API to create your own Internet-of-Things. Paraimpu supports JSON and authenticates via Token, which is assigned after creating a free account. The API allows users to connect their physical things (appliances, lighting, home systems) to the web. Link devices and APIs by creating "Things" and "Connections" for sharing data. The API home page contains documentation, including tutorials and code examples.

37Coins Affiliate

The 37Coins Affiliate API allows developers to access and integrate the affiliate functionalities of 37Coins with other applications via a REST API in JSON. Some example API methods include adding referral invites, tracking referral invites, and managing user accounts. 37Coins is a SMS-based bitoin wallet.

37Coins Market

The 37Coins Market API allows developers to access and integrate the market functionalities of 37Coins with other applications via a REST API in JSON. The three main API methods are managing order IDs, forwarding payment status, and expiring existing orders. 37Coins is a SMS-based bitoin wallet.

37Coins Merchant

The 37Coins Merchant API allows developers to access and integrate the merchant functionalities of 37Coins with other applications via a REST API in JSON. The two main API methods are retrieving a charge token and posting a charge token request. 37Coins is a SMS-based bitoin wallet.

Matrix

The Matrix RESTful API uses basic HTTP with returns in JSON. Register for an account to receive your API Key. Use the API to create and manage distributed chat rooms. Matrix is built on an open platform and federated in order to be accessible over any system or server. Some of the chat and VoIP capabilities the Matrix API offers are: send and receive extensible messages with (optional) end-to-end encryption, eventually-consistent cryptographically secure synchronization of chat rooms, and extensible control over users and rooms (invite/remove, join/leave, edit room user and room names, add/remove user accounts).

GameUp

The GameUp API is an ever-growing, functionable, and feature rich gaming service for game developers. GameUp strives to enable game developers to utilize their creativity and continue to build great games.<br> <br> The GameUp API is an HTTP REST API, and the data for store and response operations is JSON.