TypeTalk

TypeTalk is a social messaging and team collaboration service developed by Japan-based nulab. TypeTalk offers a platform for for social engagement with the ability to post, comment on content, like, archive, and create topics & groups for conversations. With the TypeTalk API, developers can retrieve public user profile information, post and read messages, upload content, receive notifications, and more. For a full set of actions, developers can visit their well-documented API reference calls. Developers can register their app with nulab in order to receive an authorization code and integrate the TypeTalk API into their 3rd party website or application. TypeTalk is also available as a web application, Android, & iOS app.

Office 365 Discovery Service

This service allows developers using Microsoft Office 365 APIs to browse the API endpoint directory with a simple query tool. Developers can make HTTP requests to the Discovery Service APIs in order to return information on API endpoints for further use in development. In order to access the Office 365 APIs, developers must first register their apps with Microsoft. All APIs use JSON with the Auth0 protocol for authentication, and Azure AD for authorization.

Office 365 Contacts

The Office 365 Contact API gives full access to a user's contacts and contact groups they have logged in Exchange Online. The Contact API can retrieve personal contact information such as email, address, name, phone number, and more. The API also allows developers to add a new contact or edit existing contacts. In order to access the Office 365 APIs, developers must first register their apps with Microsoft. All APIs use JSON with the Auth0 protocol for authentication, and Azure AD for authorization.

Office 365 Calendar

The Office 365 Calendar API allows full access to a user's calendar groups, calendars, and events, with associated metadata. Developers can implement the API to programmatically check for events and schedule new ones. In order to access the Office 365 APIs, developers must first register their apps with Microsoft. All APIs use JSON with the Auth0 protocol for authentication, and Azure AD for authorization.

Office 365 Mail

The Office 365 Mail API allows access to a user's full inbox and mail messages, mailbox folders, and associated metadata. Using the API, developers can read, compose, and send emails. In order to access the Office 365 APIs, developers must first register their apps with Microsoft. All APIs use JSON with the Auth0 protocol for authentication, and Azure AD for authorization.

US Poverty Data

The US Poverty Data can be used to determine where a group is located on the official poverty line in the United States. Developers can make a simple GET request to US Poverty Data using input variables such as income, social security, welfare, veterans, housing, energy, child support and more. The API will return poverty information that relates to the amount, rate, and share of impoverished people according to the input criteria. The API will also return race, sex, age, disability statistics that correspond to the input criteria as well. The API uses US government census data, and is open for any developer to integrate into a website or 3rd party app free of charge.

Yahoo Gemini

The Yahoo Gemini API brings native ads and mobile search together to allow advertisers to manage their campaigns more efficiently. Working with a set of RESTful objects, developers will are able to: automate campaign management, target campaigns by factors like location or interests, and receive reports to measure effectiveness of the campaign. After receipt of an API Key developers can use the example PHP code to get started.

5 Day Weather

The 5 Day Weather API accepts a city as a single parameter and returns a 5 day forecast. Specifically, the API will accept an HTTP request with a city name identifier and will return a JSON object that includes the requested city name, the temperature, the sky conditions, projected humidity, wind speed in MPH, and day names with associated calendar dates. Users can make specific calls to switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit and Km/h and mph according to local standards. The API is free to use without restriction. Developers interested in testing the functionality of the API can visit the 5DayWeather.org web app that is accessible on most devices. The site also hosts a widget for website add-on integrations.

ScubaTribe

ScubaTribe is a service focused on helping scuba diving businesses compile reviews & ratings on the dive industry. Diver reviews are by invitation only, so they are verified. The ScubaTribe API allows developers to programmatically invite customers to review their scuba service with an automatically generated code. With the API developers can set up feedback templates, and extract metadata from individual reviews or see trends in large amounts of accumulated data. The API also gives the ability to edit the public-facing company profile, which includes photos, company description, location, and more.

PlugChain

PlugChain is a cryptocurrency multiplatform that developers may use to create new cryptocurrency applications. Their API is a blockchain platform as a service that supplies a raw set of methods for building new BitCoin themed apps. PlugChain is powered by CEX.IO, a BitCoin trade and mining platform. The PlugChain API will accept specific block hashes, address, or transactions to return detailed information for each occurrence. To use LiteCoin GET instead of BitCoin, point the call toward LiteCoin instead of BitCoin with the same API.