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When a customer scraped their website to get around the lack of an API, 99Designs finally got to work building the idea they had sat on for 2 years, learning lessons along the way.
Hilton extends the capabilities of its HHonors app by integrating with Uber’s API, providing automated Ride Requests from inside the Hilton app to improve guest experience.
Apple has revealed that it will release an open API, allowing developers to access the next generation Apple TV's new universal search feature.
Using the bottom-up approach to game development, Ruud van Falier discusses Rumar Gaming’s approach to building a scalable technology stack for fast deployment of future releases.
Like the United States Postal Service, the NZ Post in New Zealand must innovate in order to respond to the threat from new competitors. How is it doing that? With APIs.
You know APIs have hit the big time when even the Kardashians have them. And have them they do, along with the headaches of securing them and their, uh, adoring fans.
See how Kocomojo enabled marketers with the Google Maps API and beacons to create geo-targeted and hyper-local boundaries that trigger campaigns on customer smartphones.
One gap in Google's Cloud Platform had to do with the performance and cost of bandwidth hungry apps. Now, Google is partnering with CDNs to offer better options for developers.
The rise of the API economy is supported by the documentation, yet many devs place little importance on this aspect despite the perils of providing poor or obsolete documentation.
As several large U.S. banks release public APIs for third-party integration, the move could set in motion the digital transformation the banking industry needs to remain relevant.
Mondo, a UK-based startup that claims to be "building a smart bank from the ground up" is looking for hackers to test the first iteration of its API.
The team that maintain the open source Spring Framework have now included first-class support for CORS in a move that aligns the framework with REST APIs and HTML5 specifications.
While attempting to provide legislative information to the public, the Sunlight Foundation encountered some technical obstacles while scraping bill data from Indiana’s website.
A coder using the name “offensive-computing” used 23andMe’s API to access the company’s genetic records to build a tool that blocks users from websites based on genetic makeup.
As the government makes more information freely available via open access, these government APIs can be used to combine data to help drive innovation and growth in the US economy.