There are major advantages to today’s applications being built atop APIs. If you’re reading ProgrammableWeb, there’s a good chance you know all about integrating with other services. The major disadvantage of modern distributed architecture is pretty obvious—someone else’s service could go down and it’s outside of your control. You might not even know a service is down, which is why many top API providers are now making status pages available. These sites help communicate to developers when anything is amiss with the API.
Twitter APIs (5)
||The Twitter Ads API provides developers with programmatic access to advertising accounts. With this Advertising API, partners will be able to integrate their solutions to promote Tweets and Twitter...||Advertising||01.08.2016|
||The Full-Archive Search API allows developers to access the full corpus of Twitter data dating back to March 2006. The API is Restful, and it supports one query per request. The Full-Archive Search...||Social||09.02.2015|
||The Vine oEmbed API returns an oEmbed compatible format of an embed HTML for a Vine video. Vine is a service for mobile devices that allows users to create and share very short (6 seconds or less)...||Video||12.01.2014|
||Twitter search API with optional restriction on language, from, to, and hashtags. Use it to find tweets, people and trends. Note that Summize was acquired by Twitter and is now their official search...||Search||04.12.2008|
||The Twitter micro-blogging service includes two RESTful APIs. The Twitter REST API methods allow developers to access core Twitter data. This includes update timelines, status data, and user...||Social||12.08.2006|