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Teleco.IO

Teleco.IO offers an API for telecommunications services to help manage their industry. The API allows asset management and reporting, enabling providers to search, order, and provision their telecom assets throughout an entire data lifecycle across multiple networks. Currently in a private beta, interested parties can request API access from the Teleco.IO website.

Inquiry

Open311 allows developers to create third-party apps to report and view citizen neighborhood issues such as potholes to graffiti and more using a city's 311 reporting system. Now on version 1, the RESTful Inquiry API is the tool used to query the 311 database. HTTP GET calls can be sent to the API to list services and expand details on specific services. Information for specific cities accessible with Open311 can be found in the wiki. The API is heavily supported in New York City. The Inquiry API supports XML and JSON formats.

FT Headline

Financial Times is a business intelligence service that extracts vital information critical to business news. The FT Headline API enables developers to create a newsfeed of relevant real time business news for integration into 3rd party websites or applications. These headlines can be ported into existing CRM, newsletters, and information portals.

Yes or No

The simple Yes or No API is made for automating boolean decision making within mobile environments. API calls will return a "Yes", "No" or "Maybe." Returns include fun links to comical Gifs, such as Hugh Laurie or Client Eastwood nodding in approval, or Jim from the Office excitedly mouthing "Yes!", or an uncomfortably slow camera zoom on Zach Galifianakis.

W3C Vibration

The Vibration API is a simple browser-based device API documented by the W3C Device APIs Working Group. The Vibration API enables developers to trigger the vibration mechanism in a hosting device, such as a smartphone. The vibration length and pattern of the vibrations can be customized. The API offers simple tactile feedback, not fine-grained control. The API should not be confused with sending alerts and notifications, as the Notifications API can handle these requests. The Vibration API does not specify wether or not the hosting device contains a vibration mechanism.

W3C Battery Status

The Battery Status API, documented by W3C, is a browser-based API that enables web developers to discover the battery life of a hosting device. This enables web application features to be dynamically catered to a device's battery status, improving power-efficiency and user experience. The API dependences include EcmaScript and WebIDL version 2. The Battery Status API was historically packaged within the W3C System Information API but was excluded to promote additional efficiency and easier implementation. Documentation for the API is in the form of a brief written by W3C and representatives from Intel and Google, including code samples and additional reference material.

DOJ Law Jobs

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Law Jobs API distributes available government legal job openings and vacancy announcements, sourced from the Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management. This digital distribution channel exists to make job openings more transparent to the public. This API is also the main data source for the DOJ law jobs mobile application. The API allows developers to filter responses by date and hiring specifications. HTTP GET requests to the API can be made to return responses in either JSON or XML formats.

DOJ News

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) News API aggregates over 14,000 press releases, speeches, blog entries, and announcements sourced from the Office of Public Affairs. These documents are available for digital distribution to create transparency for the Department's activities. GET HTTP requests can be sent to the API with options to filter by date, topic, or unique identifier to query the database. Results can be returned in either JSON or XML formats.

Context Matters

The Context Matters Reimbursement Tracker is a platform that pharmaceutical companies and Data Scientists are using for data analysis. The database is large, with an API in Beta that enables developers to perform analysis more efficiently with integration options and more complexities. The Context matters API allows customers to perform complex database queries and integrate existing systems with the Context Matters data. The API is currently in a Beta mode with access granted in a case by case basis.

AdRout

AdRout provides traffic quality scoring and attribution metrics to advertisers and ad networks. These metrics allow them to optimize their online marketing budgets, boost ROI, and improve their ad campaign performance. The AdRout API allows users to retrieve continuous reports on how their advertising campaigns a doing from AdRout.