Badips

Badips.com is a free abuse tracker and IP monitoring community offering a way to report and compile blocklists of bad IPs. With an API key, developers can access Badips.com through a simple HTTP request RESTful API to receive a list of bad IPs along with specific individual IP information. Developers are also open to make a POST method to add new IPs to add to the directory.

CenturyLink

CenturyLink is a telecommunications company that offers cloud services for business, development, SaaS and resellers. The company offers an API that supports REST based HTTP requests in XML, JSON and SOAP protocols. The goals are to display billing, data centers, network usage, upcoming events and activity log. This API may serve as a control portal and could help developers to monitor users’ activity when they work from the cloud. To start application development, the site shows a quick overview guide and an instructional video. The website also displays 3 attributes with Success, Message and StatusCode names to show the type of responses developers will receive with requests.

Cycling Analytics

Cycling Analytics is a software for cyclists. With a bike, a heart rate monitor, a device and an account, cyclists can monitor performance on the road. The main value of this API could be the convenience to display data from a user oriented perspective. Developers who work with health apps, sport apps and even medical apps could benefit from this service because they will have access to laps, geographical locations and histograms. With this in mind, they could measure a user strength to improve health. This API is about analytics for cyclists. The steps to follow are available on the site, where developers can access preliminary remarks, development status, OAuth 2.0, HTTP methods, parameters, responses, examples and endpoints.

URX App Search

The RESTful URX API, currently in a private beta, promises to be an easy way to link interactions within an app via deep linking tactics to retrieve information or perform actions within other apps. URX is accepting applicants through an online email signup that can be accessed from their website.

Wombat Push

Created by Spreecommerce, Wombat is an operating system for eCommerce, allowing stores to connect data with any service, aiming to bridge the gaps between various accounting, shipping, order fulfillment, inventory management, POS systems, and more. Using the Wombat API, store owners can push their product and store data to the Wombat cloud to then integrate with various eCommerce tools. The API makes simple HTTP POST requests and returns JSON responses. Spree, Magento, Shopify, and BigCommerce are examples of Wombat-supported stores.

WhatMine

WhatMine is a resource for comprehensive information on various cryptocurrency prices and exchange rates. The WhatMine API can be accessed via simple HTTP GET requests and will return a JSON object. Developers can implement the API in order to retrieve information on a single coin. Maximum amount of API calls range from 20 to 5,000 depending on pricing plan.

Codero

Codero is a cloud hosting service and infrastructure as a service. They offer an API to help developers integrate Codero services into a cloud-based development architecture. The API can display server information, edit server login access, reset servers, and delete servers from use. All requests to the API are made over HTTP with basic HTTP authentication and returns as a jSON object.

Swisscex

Based in Switzerland, Swisscex displays cryptocurrency market valuation trends and acts as a currency exchange platform. API calls may be made via the Swisscex API in order to retrieve quotes on current values. Calls are made over HTTP, and the output is a JSON object. For use, account users can generate an API key by visiting the API documentation page.

Mintpal

Mintpal is a cryptocurrency exchange platform. The Mintpal API is currently in V1, allowing developers to access the Mintpal API to retrieve information on all supported cryptocurrency price indexes, market statistics, personal trades, orders, and other data. V2, currently in beta, will allow developers to post trades and call orders using the Mintpal wallet platform as well. All calls are made via HTTP, and the data is returned in JSON formatted arrays. The request limit is 10 requests per second.

Bittrex

Bittrex provides live data on the cryptocurrency market and acts as a currency exchange platform. The Bittrex API is a simple RESTful API for programmatically accessing a user's account and interacting with management functionality. The API supports virtually all functionality that is accessible via the Bittrex web interface, such as making trades, withdrawals, and deposits, and checking account balances and currency prices. The limit on HTTP requests is 500 open orders and 200,000 orders a day. A registered account and a custom API key are required for API usage.