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AYLIEN has launched a machine learning and NLP-driven news API that allows users to search, source, and index news and blog content from across the web in real time. Developers can use the API to build content-driven applications with access to an enriched, real-time news data source.
Daily API RoundUp: Google Trends, Windows Store, WeatherBug, TheDailyWTF, GetSentiment, Gravity Forms
We've added 12 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Analytics, News Services, Weather, and Bitcoin, among others. Highlights today include a long awaited API for Google Trends data, and WeatherBug Pulse for weather data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
With The AP releasing an updated version of its Elections API earlier this year, news organisations across the US now have faster access to elections race information. This led NPR and the NY Times to improve on their legacy FTP system by building a new API for accessing AP information faster.
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.
We've added 2 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today. Here's a summary of the new APIs as well as a recap of several recently added client libraries.
AP released the AP ENPS Open API, which extends the reach of its popular news production software. Now, apps beyond the newsroom have access to ENPS content.
A look at the newest entries in ProgrammableWeb's directories for April 10, 2015. Included are 6 new APIs, 1 new clients , and 1 source code sample.
The Associated Press showcases new two-way Open API at NAB Show in Las Vegas, that can offer integration solutions when MOS-based integration lacks.
MuleSoft's Enterprise Service Bus is now used by UK broadcaster Channel 4 to get information to partners.
IBM has moved to bolster its mobile computing initiative via new extensions to its Mobile First Application Development Portfolio, while at the same time opening 18 IBM MobileFirst studio locations where IBM will help developers build mobile computing applications.
As much as mobile backend-as-a-service (BaaS) platforms free up developers from having to worry about the infrastructure that support their applications, they do generally come with a downside; most of them lock the developer into a particular cloud platform. With that issue in mind, FeedHenry created a namesake BaaS platform that took advantage of Node.js to create a BaaS platform that developers could deploy and ultimately move to any cloud platform of their choice.
This week at the IBM Impact 2014 conference, IBM previewed a significant extension to its application development tool portfolio in the form of a new class of rapid application development tools running on top of the IBM BlueMix cloud integration service.
After being a provider of integration software primarily used on-premise to integrate enterprise applications, Jitterbit today unfurled a cloud integration platform. Andrew Leigh, vice president of products and alliances for Jitterbit, says The Harmony Cloud Integration Platform from Jitterbit offers all the same features of the on-premise edition of Jitterbit integration software in a way that can be easily extended to social, mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) applications using connectors in as little as 10 minutes.
AppDynamics is moving to turn its application performance management (APM) software into an application intelligence platform. With the unveiling today of AppDynamics Application Intelligence Platform, AppDynamics is layering application intelligence applications on top of its service while at the same time inviting third-party organizations to build complementary applications that leverage AppDynamics data that can be accessed via RESTful APIs.
As a first step toward enabling new economic models for software consumption, today IBM opened an IBM Cloud marketplace.
Microsoft finalized its acquisition of Nokia's mobile phone and software businesses today. The deal, valued at $7.2 billion, was first announced last September and significantly alters the mobile landscape. Rather than simply develop the Windows Phone operating system, Microsoft will now also make smartphones with the OS on board. It changes the Apple-Google-Microsoft dynamic in a new and interesting way that will bring new opportunities for developers.
2K and Firaxis Games have announced the upcoming release of Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth, a multiplayer science fiction-themed game that is a new addition to the Civilization series of games. Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth will be available for Windows PC, Mac and Linux in fall 2014 (North America) and will be one of the first games to utilize AMD's new Mantle API for enhanced graphics performance.