ProgrammableWeb tracks the latest API news to keep you on top of the API economy
Several APIs, source code samples, and clients were added to the directory in the messaging, music, charity, and algorithm categories, among others.
Brett Uglow offers his report from the Angular 2015 conference. Topics discussed include Angular 2.0, TypeScript, Component Architecture, and more.
Google Cloud Dataflow is in beta and allows developers to design large-scale data processing pipelines while letting the managed service take care of the provisioning.
Bill Brantley looks at the Department of Labor's API page, claiming it as an example of an API provider doing the four important functions necessary when writing API documentation.
Influencer marketing platform, Traackr, provides an API that allows users to monitor influencer activity and create meaningful connections.
A new Twitter trademark application for the phrase "The Future of Identity" hints that the social media giant is planning big things for APIs and SDKs related to identity.
New APIs added in the past day include solutions for ecommerce and geolocation applications. Also, two PHP SDKs for ESPN were added, as well as some sample code for Getty Images.
Google released Chrome 42 this week and it includes an exciting addition for developers, push notifications. It also eliminates support for a legacy plugin API.
Fitness related apps have seen a big rise in popularity over the last couple of years and are expected to grow. We take a look at the top APIs within this category.
Google is shutting down a number of deprecated APIs on April 20, including YouTube Data, OpenID, Webmaster Tools, Apps Admin, Documents List and ClientLogin.
As part of a series of Yahoo Yodel Meetup events Yahoo wants to reach out and share expertise with third-party developers building applications that invoke Yahoo APIs.
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.
BlackBerry plans to shut down the BlackBerry Advertising Service and associated APIs in June. Developers need to strip API calls from their apps.