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As more apps rely on more public Web APIs to evolve their functionality, the resulting complexity can produce unwanted side effects. With its one-SDK-to-rule-them all approach, CloudRail has the potential to overcome API and SDK sprawl. But its flawed execution will likely stifle market acceptance.
API-centric online payments platform Stripe yesterday unveiled Relay, an API that allows retailers to syndicate product information to mobile apps.
This article highlights the top 10 financial APIs on ProgrammableWeb. Capabilities provided by these Finance APIs include digital payments, accessing currency exchange rates & more. With more people using digital payments for purchasing online, it’s no surprise that financial APIs are popular.
The QueueDr-drchrono integration is a good example of how APIs will help innovate, modernize and transform the healthcare industry.
Bill Brantley looks at the Department of Labor's API page, claiming it as an example of an API provider doing the four important functions necessary when writing API documentation.
Digital payments continue to grow in popularity, and the APIs backing them help spur their innovation. This article features the most popular payments APIs on ProgrammableWeb.
Software vendor Citrix Podio has seen faster growth among developers following a stronger focus on promoting third-party developers who create products using Podio's API.
Though the odds would seem against it, Citi may have just schooled the Fortune 500 on how hackathons are done.
Venture capital firm General Catalyst Partners is creating a fund to invest in companies building businesses and applications on the Stripe Connect platform.
Following the success of APIcon in San Francisco in May, ProgrammableWeb takes its API conference to London.
At GlueCon 2014, John Musser presents the 10 most common mistakes made by API providers that keep their API from being great. Along with the mistakes including issues such as bad developer experience, poor/inconsistent API design, and unreliable services, he provided his solutions.
Yesterday, Stripe launched its third version of Capture the Flag (CTF3). The first two editions of CTF were purely focused on security issues that developers face in the real world. Stripe has expanded the scope this time around. PW caught up to Stripe Engineer and CTF co-founder, Siddarth Chandrasekaran, to learn more about CTF.
Stripe, ever aimed at simplifying and increasing web-enabled payment options, has expanded the Stripe API to programmatically send bank transfers to anyone with a US bank account.