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Six APIs have been added to the directory in Notifications, Location, and Charity categories, among others. Also added, client libraries for use with Facebook Graph API.
We've added 10 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in Government, Environment, Gambling, and other categories. Also added were several libraries for use with the LinkedIn API.
More and more data is collected every day, in every industry conceivable. Here we discuss how to make that data more accessible by representing it visually using Google Maps API.
By reducing battery drain and improving location accuracy and venue recognition, SocialRadar’s LocationKit SDK gives devs a real alternative to iOS and Google location services.
Meerkat has unveiled a public API that developers can use to build their own experiences around some of the popular app's functionality.
We've added six APIs in categories such as Activity Streams, Tools, and Air Travel to the directory today. Here's the rundown of what's new.
GitHub has announced support for Jupyter, including Jupyter notebook rendering and the ability for Jupyter users to leverage GitHub collaborative features.
We've added 14 APIs to the directory including 9 from global SMS carrier Plivo. Also added were several client libraries for Twilio and Vimeo.
Blockspring allows developers to create tools that enable APIs to be wrapped as code snippets or functions that can be directly inserted into spreadsheets and chat bots.
By embedding Intellinote inside of their proprietary apps, enterprise software companies can now create native collaborative workflows.
For a little over a year, Facebook has encouraged developers to migrate apps to Graph API v2. The last day to voluntarily migrate has arrived.
Facebook is forcing all developers to upgrade to API version 2.0. The change is good for end users, but not so good for developers.
Pinterest has announced the launch of the Marketing Developer Partners (MDP) program, which provides two new APIs: an Ads API (beta) and a Content Publishing API.
New platform gives developers access to platform to create data visualizations using Open APIs that provide direct access to indexing engine