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After seeking out people in the developer community who shared their data interoperability issue, Yet Analytics received surprising help from the US Department of Defence.
Jim Fowler, CEO of the new Owler, explains where APIs fit in to their global vision and why data-as-a-service business models need to be more than data aggregators
Business data dashboard provider Cyfe has integrated with app integrator Zapier. The integration adds more than 400 apps from which Cyfe can pull data.
Unitedprint.com launched the USS Connect API to automate the online printing process. Users no longer need to visit the unitedprint.com website to place an order.
Smarterer announced free access to its skill assessment API. Formerly a fee-based service, the API provides over 400 skill tests, and can quantify skills in 10 questions.
The launch of a new API portal shows how governments around the world are focusing on government API discoverability.
Accounting software provider MYOB opened its API platform to developer partners who have created over 150 add-on solutions for MYOB’s network of clients.
Software vendor Citrix Podio has seen faster growth among developers following a stronger focus on promoting third-party developers who create products using Podio's API.
Businesses now have greater access to the results of targeted consumer research, thanks to Survata’s new consumer feedback API.
Instructional videos can be integrated with existing applications using newrow_’s new API, along with accompanying analytics to gauge program effectiveness.
As technology continues to advance, developers are encouraged to keep things simple when designing, building, and operating their APIs.
Google recently informed Maps Coordinate users that the service will deprecate in January 2016. Google wants to migrate business users to the Maps for Work portfolio.
The US and the UK announced an upcoming "Cambridge v. Cambridge" Hackathon. The hackathon will pit MIT and University of Cambridge cyber security experts against each other.
With new API releases, juxtaposed tech partnerships are emerging such as Uber-Spotify, SnapChat-Square, and Drizly-Distiller, and more.