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Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Security, Telephony, Content and Authentication. Featured today are several APIs for threat intelligence provided in the CrowdStrike Falcon Platform. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Google implemented a number of changes to its Maps API Standard Plan. Apps created on or after June 22nd will be subject to a host of new rules surrounding access and limits. Active domains utilizing the APIs prior to June 22nd are grandfathered in to differing degrees depending on implementation.
We've added Fifteen APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Notifications, Music, Goals, and Credit Cards. Highlighted today are an API for Digital Bible Platform, and APIs for a musical visualization platform and a goal platform. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Fabric, Twitter's mobile development platform, has added deep linking capabilties thanks to a newly launched integration with Branch, a deep linking and attribution tool. Twitter launched Fabric in 2014 with the goal of helping developers more easily build robust mobile apps.
BetterWorks announced an API that connects data points from across an enterprise into a single report, dashboard, or method. The API enables companies to gather the data necessary to create and measure company goals. BetterWorks aims to "combine the power of goals and the value of people".
Sixteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Government, Healthcare, WebRTC, and Transportation, among others. Featured today is an API from the FCC that provides data gathered from consumer complaints. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Airbnb's CEO, Brian Chesky, hinted that Airbnb may soon open an API for third party integration. Chesky envisions the company shifting from a marketplace to a travel platform upon which third parties can plug into. While no specifics were given, Chesky suggested that lack of an API is a hole.
Twenty Two APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Recognition, Engagement, Editing, and Games. Highlights include the Skype Bot REST API for deploying Skype messaging bots and the Microsoft Speaker Recognition API which can identify users by voice.
Snapchat, which recently surpassed Twitter in daily usage, has unveiled an API that allows advertisers to purchase Snapchat ads programmatically and at scale. Part of a broader launch of new ad offerings, Snapchat's Ads API could help the company grow its ad revenue and pave the way for an IPO.
Fog Creek Software has announced the release of HyperDev (beta), a platform that developers can use to build web applications and experiment with front-end and back-end code without having to configure servers, run shell commands, compile files, and complete other extraneous tasks.
Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in such categories as Human Resources, File Sharing, Conversions and Presentations. Featured today is the store locator API from Walgreens and Tiltify fundraising by game streaming API. Here's a look at what's new.
Twenty Two APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Location, Financial, and Design. One highlight is an API from Google that can help enhance visibility of businesses in Google Maps. Also, many Bot APIs were added. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Stampery launched two new services that further its goal to be the defacto notarization provider of the 21st century. A new API and improved certification service (Stamp.io) continue Stampery's use of blockchain technology to digitally verify documents and create secure records of existence.
Microsoft just announced one of the more groundbreaking enhancements to its app maker, Windows App Studio. The REST AI Data Source allows users to retrieve data from third party API providers. The move greatly expands the potential for app development within the Windows App Studio environment.
Nineteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Weather, Environment, Bots, and Human Resources among others. Highlights today include several Bot APIs from Gupshup.io, plus Atlas of Living Australia and OCBC Bank APIs. Here's a look at what is new.
Bloc is providing an introductory TechTalk with Twilio developer evangelist Eddie Zaneski at 5:00 pm PDT today that will cover how to use NodeJS , Twilio, and the Spotify API to build a simple application that can accept song requests via SMS and can return a call-back with a song.
After having successfully delivered a face-to-face all day class on the basics of APIs for people are at the beginning of their API-provisioning journeys, ProgrammableWeb is taking its instructional content online so that anybody can attend the next edition of that class, from anywhere.
Payment Savvy, payment processor known for its no-cost-to-biller model, launched an Open API. The API integrates with many software packages across industries. Payment Savvy finds the API strategy will complement its convenience fee model which makes makes doing business with Payment Savvy easy.
Daily API RoundUp: Facebook, Square, Instapaper, Kik, Euro Cup, Payleven, GameCredits, Gator.io, IBM Watson
A whopping Thirty Two APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in the last few days in categories including Machine Learning, Sentiment, Payments, and Sports, among others. Highlights include APIs from Microsoft, IBM Watson, Square, and W3C. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
After originally launching v4 of the Facebook SDK in 2015, Facebook has now announced the end of support date for v3. Starting June 1, 2017, Facebook will no longer support v3. Older versions will continue to operate; however, developers will lose support and access to new features.