ProgrammableWeb tracks the latest API news to keep you on top of the API economy
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We've added 7 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb API directory in categories such as Games, News Services, and Weather. Here's a summary of what's new.
In a recent forum post, a Blizzard contact indicated that an API would soon be released for Hearthstone. Developers have long requested an API to the popular digital card game.
On Friday, Twitter cut off API access to Diplotwoops and Politwoops, services that bring to light tweets deleted by politicians, diplomats and embassies.
Security Fabric from CloudLock makes it simpler for developers to secure their applications by invoking REST APIs to embed security functions.
We've added 6 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Mapping, Monitoring, and Home Automation categories, among others. Here's a summary of what is new.
A software engineer is urging Facebook to implement additional security measures to help prevent hackers from using one of Facebook’s APIs to harvest users’ personal data.
DigitalGlobe has launched a brand-new DigitalGlobe Maps API that provides access to high-resolution Earth imagery, interactive maps, static maps and other geospatial content.
Gnip’s Full-Archive Search API builds upon its 30-Day replay to provide customers with a solution that provides instant historical Twitter data.
Facebook believes opening up a reference app for its Marketing API will kick-start developers' efforts when it comes to creating effective marketing.
Senior business executives and CIOs are becoming more concerned about the security of the data being shared via APIs, survey from Akana finds.
Instagram has opened the Instagram Ads API to a select group of marketing partners. The API allows businesses to publish digital ads on the Instagram photo-sharing network.
The W3C's Battery Status API exposes smartphone users to possible identification based on their mobile browsing habits and device battery life.
SourceDNA reported that a flaw in thousands of Android apps will cause a crash when Android M goes live. The crash relates to Google's move from OpenSSL to BoringSSL.
ProgrammableWeb tests reveal how a free app from Google's App Store makes it possible to reverse engineer secure traffic between mobile apps and the services they call home to.
Google Cloud Platform now allows an organization to use its own encryption keys to protect data for Compute Engine resources. The service is available in beta.
The 2016 Honda Accord, set to go on sale in August, features integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as Honda Sensing sensor technologies.
Security of API Economy is at stake as developers are being increasingly required to bake access controls directly into Web and IoT applications