Blockchain Data

The Blockchain Data API allows Bitcoin block and transaction payments data query functionality. This API provides requests for data regarding single block, single transaction, chart, block height, single and multi address, unspent outputs, unconfirmed transaction, inventory and more. CORS header information is provided and all responses are in JSON. Blockchain is a service that provides information on bitcoins and block chain data. Blockchain also allows users to manage their online bitcoin currency with online wallets

Crowd Valley

The Crowd Valley REST API provides developers access to integrate the functionality of Crowd Valley with other applications and to create other applications. Some example API methods include retrieving organization information, retrieving investment information, and managing user information. Crowd Valley provides financial information and backend support for creating of digital financial and investment platforms.


Quini provides a suite of APIs that enable the display of rich, detailed and visual consumer wine reviews information. The Quini APIs connect wine e-commerce sites and kiosks, wine e-commerce solution providers, wine clubs and other industry related websites that offer wine listings, wine ratings and wine reviews search, to Quini’s expanding collection of crowdsourced consumer wine reviews and wines database. The Quini API suite is designed to easily allow wine industry related websites to integrate engaging visual wine reviews content into their sites. Visit the Quini API home page for additional information on the APIs within the suite.


Auth0 is about identity for developers. It aims to simplify API authentication and authorization, working from an account dashboard. With a Key, users can interact with the documentation formatted in JSON. API reference include clients, connections, device credentials, rules, users, blacklists, emails, jobs, stats, and tickets. Support is available in Auth0 community, e-mail, and chat.

Dynatrace Synthentic Monitoring

The Dynatrace Synthetic Monitoring API offers tools for testing and monitoring a website or app's performance. The API is RESTful and accepts XML and JSON data formats and, in some cases, CSV data outputs. Tokens are used for authentication. Use the Dynatrace Synthetic Monitoring API to analyze CDN and 3rd party outages, monitor web performance, simulate a variety of user experiences, synthesize analytics across thousands of data points, and much more. See the extensive project documentation for more features and detailed information on getting started with Dynatrace. Dynatrace is an application performance management and monitoring service.

Dota 2

Dota 2, the multiplayer video game powered by Valve, offers APIs that can display data for Team Fortress 2. What developers can do is to integrate Steam information into websites such as news, stats, and users. Obtain an API Key to start with a project. Formats include JSON, XML, and VDF.


The Cantus API provides developers with tools to use for Cantus database-access projects. It allows for searching and reading through the database, and creating and editing resources. The CANTUS database stores an asemblance of indices of the Latin ecclesiastical chants found in early manuscripts and printed sources for the liturgical Office.

littleBits Cloud

The littleBits Cloud API allows developers to connect their littleBits devices to the internet. LittleBits sells sets of tiny electrical modules that users can snap together to easily create and prototype electronic devices. These modules can be used by educators to teach students about electrical systems or by DIYers for prototyping their ideas.


The Boopsie REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Boopsie with other applications and to create new applications. The main API method is connecting applications with any integrated library system (ILS) and retrieving information about library materials. Public documentation is not available; API access comes with account service. Boopsie provides library system integrations and other features to help libraries create their own mobile applications.


The BeaconsInSpace REST API provides developers with access to beacons across establishments in major cities for integration with other applications. Some example API methods include retrieving lists of beacons UUIDs, retrieving information about beacons, and retrieving beacons by geographic coordinates. BeaconsInSpace provides information and access to deployed beacons to build Internet of Things and location-based applications.