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We've added 6 APIs to the directory today in Visualizations, Motion, and Payments categories, among others. Also added are client libraries for Nike, MyFitnessPal and DuckDuckGo.
We’ve added 6 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Healthcare, Authentication, and eCommerce, among others. Also added were client libraries for the Instagram API.
GitHub has announced support for Jupyter, including Jupyter notebook rendering and the ability for Jupyter users to leverage GitHub collaborative features.
New platform gives developers access to platform to create data visualizations using Open APIs that provide direct access to indexing engine
Six APIs, two SDKs and Source Code samples have been added to the directory in categories such as Backend, IoT, Reference and Tools in the past day. Here are the highlights.
FindTheBest.com improves synidcated agent listings, and adds a property listing API complete with interactive property data and market visualizations.
Mozilla has added virtual reality functionality to the core of its Firefox Nightly builds, moving Mozilla closer to its goal of including VR capabilities in the mainstream Web.
Google Cardboard has taken the next steps in its journey to become a key player in the VR space by adding APIs and detailed specifications to manufacture Cardboard.
New data visualization service Silk lets developers instantly create data visualizations, and includes an API to programmatically create data Web pages.
A word cloud feature will soon be added to the recently launched Overview Project API and Overview server.
There is no shortage of big data, but companies are challenged to make sense of the information. New tools are coming to the rescue.
Open analytics platform GoodData has released a new series of features to its analytics engine, and made them accessible via two new SDKs.
STAT!Ref's API lets developers include a search bar on their applications that gives users access to a wide range of medical information.
Facebook apps using the current Open Graph API will break on April 30, 2015. Facebook emailed iPod and iPad developers to explain why their apps will break if they wait until the deadline to upgrade to Graph API v2.0.