ProgrammableWeb tracks the latest API news to keep you on top of the API economy
Automating API discovery and integrating APIs into management workflows is becoming easier with a new generation of tools like AWS’s API Gateway Swagger Importer Tool.
On Friday, Twitter cut off API access to Diplotwoops and Politwoops, services that bring to light tweets deleted by politicians, diplomats and embassies.
Few companies have fully leveraged the benefits of machine learning until the rise of companies making such APIs available. We look at the business value offered by such APIs.
SmartBear Software has updated its API tools, part of the API Readiness platform Ready! API, ServiceV for API service virtualization and LoadUI NG for API load testing.
With job openings increasing by double-digit percentages every year, it has seemingly never been a better time to be a developer, but salary and work environments can vary.
A software engineer is urging Facebook to implement additional security measures to help prevent hackers from using one of Facebook’s APIs to harvest users’ personal data.
IT development continues to struggle to keep pace with demand. To address that, application development needs to embrace not only experts but everyone. Here is how that can happen.
Semantics3 builds a Web crawler capable of delivering on-demand data for API requests in an effort to relieve headaches for itself and its customers.
SmartBear Software, a leading software quality tools provider, has announced the launch of a new Ready! API plugin that supports CoAP (Constrained Application Protocol).
Observant releases an API based on Open Ag Data Alliance standards, to allow access to agricultural data on Observant Global cloud platform.
Project44's enables Sunset Pacific Transportation to increase profitability and market share using project44’s dynamic new pricing engine API.
API Science, a leading API monitoring service, has launched a RAML import capability that allows monitors to be created by importing any RAML definition.
ProgrammableWeb tests reveal how a free app from Google's App Store makes it possible to reverse engineer secure traffic between mobile apps and the services they call home to.
Dynamsoft announced Dynamic Web TWAIN v11 support of HTML5 in IE for Windows and Chrome, Safari and Firefox on Mac, enabling users to scan documents in these HTML5-based browsers.