FreshMail

FreshMail is a platform for composing, sending, and tracking email campaigns. The web portal is equipped with customizable templates, an interface to input subscriber lists, and real time email monitoring. Developers can make HTTP calls to the FreshMail API in order to access a user's FreshMail account functionality. The API can be used to receive campaign reports: list all campaigns, give a cumulative overview of a certain campaign, and analyze a subscriber's behavior. The API allows developers to programmatically create a new campaign, or send, delete, or test an existing campaign. The API can modify batch data on subscriber lists, create new subscriber lists, download subscriber data, perform general account management, and more. The FreshMail API is constructed around REST standards.

Comkort

Comkort is a Bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange service based in Tallin Estonia. Using the Comkort Public API, developers can request market lists, summaries with information regarding the last 24 hours of exchanges, and return recent trades for a specific market. Using an API key, developers can access the Comkort Private API in order to retrieve account balances, order trade history, and return recent transactions. The Private API may also be implemented to place new orders and withdrawals.

Scratch

Built and supported by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab, Scratch is a free resource geared toward educating children on animation technology and web development tools. Scratch can be used to program interactive games, stories, and animations within their online editor. Using the Scratch API, developers can pass project IDs in order to access project data in the form of JSON-formatted responses. Returned data will include the associated username, date of creation, description of the project, ID, the project thumbnail, the title of the project, and the project's URL source. Currently, the API does not use an authentication model, but MIT Media Lab intends on implementing OAuth authentication sometime in the future.

SFTool

Hosted by the U.S. General Services Administration, the SFTool provides a range of sustainable building content for commercial architecture in easily consumable formats. Calls to the SFTools API can be made to return green-tips and material suggestions for various office-related and productive work spaces. The best-practice tips come in the form of paragraph chunks, and the materials are returned as individual keywords. The API may be accessed using the Content Pages, Spaces, Materials, and Tags method categories. All methods accept HTTP GET requests. The API is hosted publicly and does not require an API key or token for use.

Heatmaps.tf

Heatmaps.tf uses open data sources to supply heatmap visualizations of recent killings within the Team Fortress online gaming community. Using the public Heatmaps.tf API, developers may make GET HTTP requests to receive CSV data sheets of real-time in game statistics. Different calls can be used to return a list of total kills in all maps with valid overviews. If queried by map, responses will include kills denoted with map coordinates and UNIX timestamps, which in conjunction may be utilized to create heatmaps that represent in-game combat. Developers may also perform requests by custom kill types and death flags in order to retrieve even more specialized gamer data.

Sococo

Sococo is an office collaboration and network platform incorporating private chats, digital conference rooms, group messaging and voice conferencing. Sococo also enables screen-sharing and file-sharing. This internal business productivity tool can be implemented into 3rd party applications with the Sococo RESTful API. Parameters such as sending and receiving messages, generating API tokens and connecting in real time to Sococo's servers can be utilized with the API.

Keybase

Keybase is an open source data-encryption-themed command line program that hosts a directory of public social network keys and identify proofs. Developers can implement the Keybase API to access their directory programmatically. HTTP GET/POST requests can be sent with a JSON encoded structure to receive a given user's username, to calculate password hashes, and to login with a hash and csrf_token. The API can be embedded into clients or 3rd party applications, and all functionalities can also be utilized on Keybase.io's website and command line interface.

AdGear

AdGear Technologies, Inc. is a digital advertising technology company that provides software for the digital media industry. In the site, AdGear presents services for publishers, marketers, mobile devices, and platforms. Particularly for customers, the benefits include advanced advertising analytics, attribution measurement, ad serving, real-time bidding, and exchange technology. For developers, the AdGear API offers the ability to programmatically interact with the AdGear platforms such as Ad Server, Demand-Side Platform, Supply-Side Platform, and Attribution. Users can contact AdGear for authentication method, developer support, and additional marketing solutions.

Diffbot Discussion

Diffbot provides developers tools that can identify, analyze, and extract the main content and sections from any web page. The Diffbot Discussion API extracts discussions and posting information from web pages. It can return information about all identified objects on a submitted page and the Discussion API returns all post data in a single object. The Diffbot Discussion API is currently in Beta.

Diffbot Image

Diffbot provides developers tools that can identify, analyze, and extract the main content and sections from any web page. The purpose of Diffbot’s Image API is to extract the main images from web pages. The Image API can analyze a web page and return full details on the extracted images.