ProgrammableWeb tracks the latest API news to keep you on top of the API economy
Searching: No Search Term , Filtered By Category: "Weather", Category: "Applications"
Yelp has announced the release of an API console. As the company reaches the end of v1 endpoints, the API console provides further insight into v2 endpoint details.
At Google I/O 2015, Google announced the Voice Interaction API on Android M. Now, Google has provided more details around the API and how it integrates with third-party apps.
Twelve new APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory as well as iOS, Node.js and Ruby client libraries for Weather Underground API.
Seven APIs have been added to the directory including 4 recent Twinword natural language processing offerings. Also added were 2 new libraries for the National Weather Service.
CallDirek opened its mobile top-up and international communications API for integration with third-party apps. App integration expands its already vast footprint.
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.
We've added APIs to Transportation, Home Automation, and Enterprise categories today as well as U.S. Dept. of Labor SDKs and code samples.
Online marketing service Sendible offers users a simple method for interacting with Facebook groups beyond the restrictions of the Graph API v2 upgrade.
Business data dashboard provider Cyfe has integrated with app integrator Zapier. The integration adds more than 400 apps from which Cyfe can pull data.
Tinder has experienced another API hack that has its heterosexual male users hitting on each other. The Tinderbot baits male users with a fake female profile.
Popular to-do list app Wunderlist has announced it will publicly launch its API this year. This API strategy complements a number of new features and a specific enterprise focus.
This article takes a detailed look at how the FlowDiscuss web app was built by leveraging the power of a variety of APIs.
Yelps extends its API to the Department of Transportation's SaferRide app, offering potential drunk drivers convenient suggestions on local taxi services.