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Long a proven revenue channel for content publishers that have good visitor traffic, affiliate programs have always been subject to content growing stale. APIs allow merchants to supply real-time data to publishers and this article looks at how APIs are serving affiliate marketing programs today.
One important consideration for any aspiring IoT company is having robust security. This article looks at five security considerations to think about when designing an IoT system.
API testing is a critical part of the API lifecycle with many 3rd party solutions available. This article looks at how to leverage Excel when developing your own testing framework.
This article discusses examining the open data available for use in your applications. Open data sources are provided and tips for best working with this data are given.
This how-to details what a Python developer needs to know to create an application that integrates with and consumes the Facebook Graph API.
While Ruby is not a truly functional language, developers can still write Ruby code in a functional way. This article takes you though an example showing you how to do this.
We already know that APIs should be treated like a product, but what do you look for in a top notch API product manager? This article looks at the traits you want to seek.
The Slack API allows developers to build slash commands that listen for trigger words to invoke an application. This tutorial shows you how to do that using the Go language.
The Weather Underground API includes includes current weather conditions and forecasts for specific locations, plus a whole lot more.
This tutorial describes how to use the Pipl Search API to enrich data about your newsletter subscribers. This example uses Python although Java, C#, PHP and Ruby are supported.
This tutorial shows you how to scrape data from a dynamic Web page and then build an events database using the ParseHub API, Python & Flask.
This article describes the Green Button standard, which provides access to energy usage data, and recommends how developers can leverage it to create energy-focused apps.
This tutorial shows you how to create a Node.js web application that prints and mails an Instagram photo. It uses Express.js as the framework and the Instagram and Lob Print APIs.