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Eight APIs have been added to the directory in categories such as Application Development, SQL, and Billing. Here, we summarize the new additions.
By building from an API as part of a decoupled project, clear, human-readable API documentation can facilitate clear communication across the project for everyone involved.
We've added 6 APIs and several clients to the ProgrammableWeb directory in Shipping, Advertising, Media, and Metadata categories, among others. Here are some highlights.
Microsoft has released the Office 365 Management Activity API, which allows organizations to get a log of all user activity across various Office 365 services.
Software providers can now utilize the DBMaestro Open API Platform for product development and database release automation services.
Outsourcing to remote teams can be a great strategy so long as you select the right one. Carlos Melendez offers some strategies to ensure a great fit.
AtTask, cloud-based work management provider, and WebDAM, digital asset management provider, announced their strategic partnership today. Both companies will integrate the other's functionality to existing platforms to expand marketing-focused technologies. The AtTask Marketing Cloud will now offer WebDAM's digital asset management and brand management functionality. Additionally, WebDAM's digital asset management users will have AtTask's full project management functionality.
Smartsheet, a leading work management and collaboration platform provider, has announced the release of new SDKs, the launch of Smartsheet Labs, and updates to the Smartsheet API.
Bitrix24, an enterprise collaboration, project management and social network platform provider, has announced the launch of its Bitrix24 REST API, which provides developers programmatic access to the cloud version of the Bitrix24 platform.
One of the primary reasons that organizations embrace agile development methodologies is on the assumption that faster application development will result in more applications being developed faster. The challenge is actually managing that process in a world where the number of languages and data sources being used is rapidly expanding.
Project planning platform mavenlink's API allows third parties to connect mavenlink users to its features through the third party apps, raising functionality and range of application. The API can be used to manipulate mavenlink's projects, posts, tasks, time entries, expenses, and invoices.
Replicon, leading provider of cloud-based time-tracking applications, allows developers to integrate Replicon features with third party applications via the Replicon API. Whether time needs to be tracked for billable hours, project management, employee schedules, or some additional reason; Replicon provides real-time visibility into time, resource, and project data.
Chapoo, cloud platform for projection information management and collaboration, enables developers to integrate many Chapoo features via the Chapoo API. The API allows integrated solutions to run reports and queries out of the Chapoo data repository. The platform works across organizations of all sizes in many industries. The product was designed to streamline processes and eliminate waste. The API allows for third party apps to manage productivity through consolidated monitoring.
The trouble with building mobile computing applications is that end users have little tolerance when it comes to how they expect those applications to behave. Never mind the fact that mobile applications are amongst some of the most challenging to create; the second somebody has a less than optimal experience they're off to another application. Needless to say, that puts a lot of pressure on mobile application developers.
Need to get organized but fearful of the hairball of project management applications? Breeze, started by Rene Vahtel, offers tools that take nearly zero time to understand, so you can focus on the results for the project without getting bogged down in learning how to use the planning tools.