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We've added 6 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in categories such as Sports, eCommerce, and Compliance. Also new: libraries for Foursquare and MailChimp.
FitBark monitors dogs' daily activity and sleep patterns, helping owners to make better health and lifestyle choices for their pets. The FitBark API provides access to this data.
Ten new APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Engagement, Language, and Sports categories. Here's a summary of what is new.
We've added 6 APIs to the directory in Environment, Government, and Storage categories, among others. Also added: client libraries for imgIX image processing service.
Smart lighting system, Digital Lumens, has released an API to allow customers to integrate movement sensors and lighting controls into their own building management applications.
We've added 7 APIs to the directory today in Content Management and Sports categories, among others. Also added: Twitter Node.js library and PHP libraries for Pushbullet.
Article highlighting the top 10 sports APIs on ProgrammableWeb; API capabilities include activity tracking, fantasy sports, event tickets search and live sports scores.
Thanks to a new deal between the NFL and Sportradar US, on-field performance data for players will be available thanks to a new API and RFID chips in shoulder pads.
Genius has announced the release of its first public API which allows developers to incorporate the platform’s annotation functionality into websites and third-party applications.
Three APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Cameras, Sports, and Email categories. Also added were several Kairos SDKs. Here's a summary of what's new.
Fitness related apps have seen a big rise in popularity over the last couple of years and are expected to grow. We take a look at the top APIs within this category.
This article features companies that sell wearable electronics designed for consumers interested in personal health, fitness culture and quantified self.
Within days of the Super Bowl, researchers at mobile gateway provider Wandera have apparently discovered a severe vulnerability in the National Football League's mobile app.
Sony has released the Sony Lifelog API, encouraging developers to build third-party applications that will help create a vibrant Sony wearable ecosystem.
Google has announced a developer challenge in hopes of promoting the creation of Google Fit applications. Submissions are being accepted until February 15, 2015.