Sift Science Label

Sift Science Label API is a REST API that labels bad user within the Sift Science system. This API allows the business user to label behavior, categorize events, and confirm or deny sift scores. The Sift Science system uses data to learn and predict bad behavior patterns. Labeling is made through a HTTP POST to the Label endpoint, user id, and API key, which generates a HTTP status code. This API also allows for the unlabeling of a user, incase of error. Sift Science is a company focused on monitoring website's traffic and events and protecting sites from users intent on malicious activities such as: fraud, credit card chargebacks, money laundering, abuse of referral programs, and general spamming.

Sift Science Score

Sift Science Score API is a REST API that provides a risk score for users on an e-commerce website. The Sift score for users are assessed through JSON requests containing an API key and user id and provides a JSON response. This API allows for HTTP notifications to endpoints of the company's choice and up to two hundred daily email notifications. Sift Science is a company focused on monitoring website's traffic and events and protecting sites from users intent on malicious activities such as: fraud, credit card chargebacks, money laundering, abuse of referral programs, and general spamming.

Yandex Speech Recognition

This Speech Recognition API is provided by Yandex and requires an API Key, which are available by request. The API currently supports queries (general search requests) and maps (for accessing addresses) in Turkish and Russian languages. With interfaces for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, this app offers developers the ability to integrate voice input interfaces into their mobile apps. See their extensive Doxygen documentation for detailed instructions on getting started with the Speech Recognition API

Yandex Dictonary

Yandex, a European internet company, provides this dictionary API. Yandex Dictionary uses standard HTTP with access via XML or JSON interfaces. Use of the API requires an API Key which is available by request, for free, from Yandex. The app will return translations or word and phrase definitions. Yandex has a Terms of Use document that they recommend reading before getting started with the API.

SigOpt

The SigOpt API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of SigOpt with other applications and websites. Some example API methods include creating and managing experiments, retrieving data and analytics, and managing accounts. SigOpt is an optimization platform that helps users optimize anything through fine-tuning experiments.

Eventsforce

The Eventsforce event management API employs standard HTTP GET requests and authenticates with an API Key and standard HTTP Authentication. API Keys are generated from within each Eventsforce account holder's administration interface. Use the Eventsforce API to manage every aspect of your event like creating a website, handling registration, communicating with attendees, and creating event badges. The API's documentation is hosted on Apiary and includes extensive documentation and example data for users to query.

New Row Layers

The New Row Layers REST API makes calls over HTTP and requires an API Key (provided by New Row) for authentication. Currently only the SSL mechanism is implemented. The New Row Layers API allows meeting moderators to add content to a viewer's screen such as ticker tape messaging or polls. Layers can be prepared in advanced, or even changed on the fly while a layer is being broadcast. See the API home page for more information on New Row APIs and for help implementing Layers.

New Row Global Backend

The New Row Global Backend REST API makes calls over HTTP and requires an API Key (provided by New Row) for authentication. Currently only the SSL mechanism is implemented. Use the New Row API to embed New Row Meeting Pro into a website and/or to automate the configuration and activation of New Row Meeting Pro at www.watchitoo.com. With The Global Backend API developers can conduct webinars, create groups and users, manage New Row service licenses, and collect various statistics regarding meetings and licenses. See the API home page for extensive documentation and code examples to help you get started.

Recipe Search and Diet

The Edamam Recipe Search and Diet API provides developers with useful tools for searching recipe and diet databases. Using this API, numerous recipes can be searched from over 500 web recipe sources and organized databases. Search tools, types, and hits can include information such as nutrition for each recipe, diet and health labels, measurements, and ingredients. There are also capabilities to be able to fileter by calories, diets and allergens.

IBM Watson Visual Recognition

The IBM Visual Recognition API analyzes images and video frames in order to understand their content. It is capable of annotating images based solely on their visual content, without users having to describe and tag content manually. The API recognizes visual entities using semantic classifiers based on machine-learning technology.