Sense360

The Sense360 API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Sense360 with other applications. Some example API methods include returning event details, retrieving places of interest, and setting personal places. Sense360 is a sensor intelligence platform that detects background, location, activity, and context around people using mobile applications.

Mozilla Canvas

Mozilla Canvas is an API that allows to edit graphics, create animations, and process videos in real time. Resources include the canvas handbook, along with specifications and 11 libraries. The type of topics that can be found on the libraries explain how to work with canvas and SVG parsing, interactivity, game engines, data visualization, creative coding, and game development.

Mozilla WebVR

The Mozilla WebVR API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Mozilla WebVR with other applications and devices. Some example API methods include integrating virtual reality devices with WebVR functionality, managing movements and tracking of the devices, and setting parameters for the VR experience. Mozilla WebVR builds projects and platforms that intend to bring high performance virtual reality experiences online.

Cloud Elements Hub

The Cloud Elements Hub REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Cloud Elements Hub with other applications. Some example API methods include managing CRM platforms, managing files, and managing eSignatures. Cloud Elements is an API management and integration platform that helps developers design, manage, and integrate their APIs.

Cloud Elements

The Cloud Elements REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Cloud Elements with other applications. Some example API methods include retrieving instances, managing organization information, and managing user account information. Cloud Elements is an API management and integration platform that helps developers design, manage, and integrate their APIs.

Attendify

The Attendify event API allows you to build custom apps for your event or conference. The API accepts XML or JSON data formats and supports HTTP Basic Auth for authentication. Use Attendify to add event schedules, speaker bios, maps, news, and more to your event app. To get started, sign up for a free Attendify account to access the Developer's Dashboard. See the API docs for detailed information on methods and schema descriptions.

Mozilla Data Store

The Mozilla Data Store API allows to store and share data available on Firefox OS and internal applications. It works as an intermediary regardless of API data structures and formats. Resources include API concepts & usage, manifest fields, API interfaces, examples, specification, and browser compatibility.

CloudBoost

The CloudBoost API provides database services for building apps. The REST API uses JSON over HTTP with HTTP Basic Auth for authentication. Use CloudBoost to add data-storage, search, graphs, and realtime to your apps. See the extensive API documentation for detailed instructions on setting up your database.

EdX Profile Images

The EdX Profile Images API allows developers to integrate the profile images services with their applications, enabling their users to upload and remove profile images on their applications. The edX Platform APIs use REST design principles and support the JSON data- interchange format. The APIs also use edX OAuth 2.0 for authentication. EdX provides online classes to students and educators and an open source online course platform to higher education institutions.

Vatlayer

Vatlayer is a simple REST-based JSON API offering instant EU VAT (Value Added Tax) number validation, VAT compliant price calculations and VAT rates for all 28 current member states of the European Union. Its system is secured by HTTPS and focused on ease of use & integration, delivering all VAT data in lightweight and highly portable JSON format.