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AgriCharts OnDemand, an API platform for commodity market data, lets companies integrate AgriCharts' data into their websites and applications.
Professional information services provider Penton this week announced the launch of a new API store that will enable customers to integrate Penton’s data into their applications.
The Kassabok API allows developers to include its budgeting functionality in their websites and applications.
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 Royal Bank of Scotland is a giant financial institution that, like other banks, is looking to smaller more agile development shops to speed innovation and app time to market.
Ulster Bank and the Open Bank Project are teaming up to run two hackathons; one in Dublin and the other in Belfast.
Startup F9Analytics' Lease Comparison and Lease Optimizer allow real estate professionals and companies to evaluate commercial property leases.
Highlighting the current risks of working with cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin processor EgoPay has gone dark leaving clients without access to their funds or the API.
VentureFund.io, a recently formed early-stage venture capital fund, has created an API that it plans to use to identify investment-worthy companies.
Amazon recently released Amazon Maps API version 2.0. The mapping API has long enabled developers to add maps to their apps for Amazon’s Fire Tablets and the Fire Phone.
A new initiative from the U.K. Treasury aims to move toward an open banking API standardization for the industry.
Google Maps provides users with the ability to embed Street View and Photo Sphere images and integrate this functionality with third-party sites.
Banks are one of the industries facing the greatest level of disruption at present. Global financial advisory firm PayX believes the best way to respond is to embrace APIs.