ProgrammableWeb tracks the latest API news to keep you on top of the API economy
Searching: No Search Term , Filtered By Category: "Personal Information Management", Category: "Tasks", Category: "Lists", Category: "Reference"
As new languages emerge and old ones continue to thrive, IEEE Spectrum compiled a list of 2015’s Top 10 Programming Languages, including some old favorites and a few new entries.
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.
We've added 6 APIs to the directory today in Jobs, Customer Service, and Notifications categories, among others. Also new are several SDKs for use with the GitLab API.
At Google I/O 2015, Google announced a new version of Google Now that can snoop on your application activity without requiring developers to recode their apps.
We've added 8 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in Cloud, Content Management, and Messaging categories. Also added: client libraries for Wunderlist and CoinMate.io.
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.
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.
Facebook API v2 will require an internal review of any data requested by applications beyond basic profile information.
FindTheBest.com improves synidcated agent listings, and adds a property listing API complete with interactive property data and market visualizations.
Omnichannel personalization provider RichRelevance has unveiled a suite of APIs that enable retailers to integrate personalization into any of their applications.
Collaborative work capabilities like group task management and reporting, file management and discussion threading are available for app developers via the new Redbooth API.
At API World today, Traitify relaunched its developer portal, allowing API developers to sign up and experiment with the personality-testing API in a sandbox environment for free.
MyJobHelper provides an API that allows developers to add job search content to their own websites or applications.
Product Hunt is a website that allows users to discover and rank products. They have just opened access to a limited amount of developers.
STAT!Ref's API lets developers include a search bar on their applications that gives users access to a wide range of medical information.
The new Traitify API is open for integration with third-party applications that aim to harness personality testing in how they serve up content and services.