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Thousands of researchers, entrepreneurs, and executives need to tap into Web data to deliver insights. Access to structured Web data tends to be limited at best, and heavily gated by billion dollar corporations. Consuming crawled web data with an API usually makes more sense for businesses.
When Garmin created Connect IQ, one of the key capabilities unlocked was the power to leverage ANT+® and ANT Generic connectivity. To help illustrate what a third party developers and companies can accomplish with ANT through Connect IQ we would like to highlight the Stryd power meter.
On October 18, ProgrammableWeb will host a webinar discussing the critical importance of GeoEnrichment and data quality. You’ll learn what to look for in quality APIs, and see new APIs from Pitney Bowes in action. Pitney Bowes offers more than 4,500 global datasets.
Developing on wearable platforms is new and challenging. App developers are asked to create dynamic user experiences on small screens comparable to what customers see on their mobile phones and web pages. Connect IQ offers a platform for developers to create wearable apps across all Garmin devices.
The API has always been central to SendGrid even going back to the company’s original name, SMTPAPI. My career at SendGrid has always revolved around our API in some way, whether as Evangelist, or technical writer, or interim product manager. I’ve learned one major unexpected lesson during this
In 2015, Accusoft's SaaS Applications team needed to integrate the recently acquired edocr application with our existing Prizm Share community for publishing and sharing documents. The team chose to move to a microservices architecture and this article shows why and explains some of the benefits.
Millions of people around the world have been reaching for their Garmin devices for over 25 years. Connect IQ is Garmin’s first 3rd party app platform for its wide range of purpose built devices, giving developers endless possibilities to extend their solution and reach new users in new ways.
This is the third article of a three-part series on building a custom application with Box Platform. Part 1 of our series took a look at common Box Platform usage patterns and explored how and why you would use Box Content API in your apps. Part 2 of our series took a close look at the reference
In the business landscape, competition is at an all-time high. There are innovations and opportunities to use APIs to develop new apps and empower businesses. Personalization is an area where businesses can gain an advantage and using the following four APIs can get you started quickly.
Algorithmic trading can be an effective, systematic way to manage and allocate risk across any number of markets. With the use of APIs such as FXCM's Trading API, programmers can set up algorithmic trading systems that help remove the potential for human error while completing trades automatically.
Like many industries, Wall Street is being disrupted by the explosion in information processing technologies. Long established players are looking to leverage the skills of computer scientists and mathematicians by setting up algorithmic trading systems in hopes of gaining a competitive advantage.
Applications have not historically been designed to leverage third party cloud services. With the rise of cloud platforms has come new ways of managing and deploying applications in the cloud. The floodgates are open, and services are emerging to complement the capabilities of these cloud platforms.
Box APIs support everything from the way that Box and Office365 integrate seamlessly, to the 1,600 third-party applications in our app store. This API-first strategy has been incredibly successful, to the point where more than half of our monthly API calls come from third-party integrations.
If your website or mobile app displays images uploaded by users, there’s no doubt you’ve run into challenges trying to manage this content. Because they come in all sizes, resolutions and formats, images can be difficult to adapt in real-time to fit any graphic design and optimize for faster
Last month, Pantheon.io, a website management platform for Drupal and WordPress websites, announced it is making New Relic’s APM Pro product available to all sites on the platform for free, regardless of service level. This is a huge benefit to dev teams and site owners who value the performance
At the largest IoT event in North America, 150+ developers had an opportunity to test out a set of new Intelligent Environment Service APIs from GE Current and compete for the $10,000 IoT for Cities Hackathon grand prize. The Ciklum team won and this post takes you through the APIs they used.
Customer experience affects both top and bottom lines. Research shows a modest shift in customer experience can increase product sales, reduce churn, and improve revenue. This article shows how to catch market trends early and act on them in time by effectively analyzing what customers are saying.
Video is an increasingly important component for websites and apps, as consumer demand for and consumption of video content is growing. Companies still pre-transcoding video or working with in-house transcoding systems may want to consider cloud-based API solutions such as Cloudinary.
In an effort to foster transparency in the job searching process, hired.com is sharing the results of a study on salary information for software engineers. The report looks at how different tech hubs compare salary-wise and how that translates into quality of life in those markets.
For developers to build their own telephony apps they need to be able to mimic the various legs of the telephony infrastructure (switching, call routing, event notifications, and more) known as flow control. The Bandwidth API allows developers to bypass building the flow control from scratch.