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Today, nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory. We summarize those new additions here, along with recent additions to the clients and source code directories.
Ninja Metrics unveiled at the 2015 NAB Show in Las Vegas the new Katana for Entertainment advanced analytics platform for streaming media and music.
Recent additions to the ProgrammableWeb directory include six APIs, source code snippets for Vine, and .Net libraries for LinkedIn developers.
Here's a look at ProgrammableWeb's most recent directory additions, including 8 new APIs, new source code samples and a new client.
Online marketing service Sendible offers users a simple method for interacting with Facebook groups beyond the restrictions of the Graph API v2 upgrade.
Facebook has confirmed that the Hashtag API is still active through the end of the month despite earlier reports to the contrary.
Microsoft has helped UK indie-pop artist Neon Hitch build a personal API for her fans that she hopes will encourage more young girls to get involved in computer programming.
Diffbot today unveiled a new Discussions API that provides developers with access to conversations taking place through comments, forums and reviews.
Zuckerberg spoke about “Facebook's family of apps” backed by a stable and secure infrastructure, and launched a new app development platform called the “Messenger Platform” at F8.
The Paytronix API provides access to a guest loyalty tool that boasts reward programs, email clubs, gift and comp solutions, data insights, and more.
Announced this week at Facebook's F8 Developer Conference, Messenger Platform and Businesses On Messenger give developers new ways to engage consumers.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration has adopted cutting edge API uptake strategies to bring their API tools to a wider audience.
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.
Google says it will close down the old version of Webmaster Tools API on April 20, the same day ClientLogin shuts down, requiring developers to switch to the new API by that date.