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IBM Insight Cloud Services constitutes a new data analytics service that offers API access to internal business data in conjunction with Twitter and Weather Channel content.
We've added 6 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Financial, Background, and Avatar categories, among others. Here's a summary of what is new to the directory.
We've added 6 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Sentiment, Messaging, and other categories. Also added were client libraries for use with Walmart's Open APIs.
Sentiment analysis can be used to gain insights into large volumes of text, and here it is applied to hotel reviews to build a hotel sentiment meter using Kimono and MonkeyLearn.
WordPress recently announced that custom themes must now utilize the Theme Customization API. Released a few years ago, the API streamlines theme customization.
A critical security update for WP REST API Plugin has been released which fixes a serious information disclosure vulnerability affecting all previous versions of the plugin.
This tutorial explains how to build a mobile blogging application using DreamFactory as the mobile backend, with WordPress and Mailgun used to publish and promote new posts.
The WP REST API represents one of WordPress' most significant projects to date. Currently under a major rewrite, the API moves WordPress towards a full application framework.
Human language technology company LinguaSys is this week launching an API offering that allows developers to use its GlobalNLP natural language processing software in the cloud.
Sentiment analysis is an important community engagement metric, and with APIs like the WebKnox Text Processing API, it is an analytical technique now open to any business. This tutorial examines how to use the WebKnox Text Processing API to conduct a sentiment analysis and to create a visualization that summarizes audience reactions.
On Tuesday, social media giant Twitter announced that it is buying Data as a Service (DaaS) provider Gnip for an undisclosed amount. Gnip, which is one of several companies that sell access to the firehose of the content posted on Twitter, was founded in 2008 and today offers data from a number of popular user-generated services in addition to Twitter.