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SmartBear Software has released SwaggerHub, a free platform that allows teams to collaborate on and coordinate across the entire workflow of an API’s lifecycle.
AnyPresence released JustAPIs Developer Edition, a free-for-life version of the solution for accelerating the development of RESTful APIs for web, mobile, and IoT applications.
Citrusbyte today unveiled its new services suite, Mission Control, to help companies build, promote, support, manage, and monetize access to both APIs and micro services.
ReliableSite, a dedicated hosting provider, has launched a SOAP-based API so that customers can incorporate DevOps-like server management functionality into their own apps.
CertainSafe announced the release of the CertainSafe SDK, a platform that gives developers access to its MicroTokenization and MicroEncryption API.
TeleSign announced the launch of TeleSign Smart Verify, a new unified API that hopes to simplify end-user verification and two-factor authentication for app-based accounts.
Wowza Media Systems today announced the availability of a public preview version of its REST API for Wowza Streaming Engine software.
SmartBear Software has updated its API tools, part of the API Readiness platform Ready! API, ServiceV for API service virtualization and LoadUI NG for API load testing.
Bitnami and DigitalOcean parnership allows developers to deploy applications to the cloud using standardized development stacks, tools, and apps in the Bitnami library.
Observant releases an API based on Open Ag Data Alliance standards, to allow access to agricultural data on Observant Global cloud platform.
Project44's enables Sunset Pacific Transportation to increase profitability and market share using project44’s dynamic new pricing engine API.
Dynamsoft announced Dynamic Web TWAIN v11 support of HTML5 in IE for Windows and Chrome, Safari and Firefox on Mac, enabling users to scan documents in these HTML5-based browsers.
Aplos Software released its API, which will allow companies that provide nonprofit and church software integration functionality between their data and Aplos.