MeaningCloud Language Identification

Use the MeaningCloud Language Identification API to identify the language of any text. Make calls to the RESTful API with GET or POST (POST is recommended) over HTTP/S with returns in JSON and XML. Using statistic techniques based on N-grams evaluation the API can identify over 60 different languages. Sign up for a MeaningCloud account to receive an access key and get started with the API. Documentation includes code examples and a test console for getting familiar with the Language Identification API.

MeaningCloud Sentiment Analysis

The MeaningCloud Sentiment Analysis API detects the sentiment of any text. Make calls to the REST API with GET or POST (POST is recommended) over HTTP/S with returns in JSON and XML. An API Key is required and available after signing up for an account with MeaningCloud. The SentimentAnalysis API determines whether a piece of text has positive, negative, or neutral sentiment by identifying the local polarity of the different sentences in the text and evaluating the relationship between. This results in a polarity value for the text as a whole. See the documentation for examples, code snippets, and a test console for getting familiar with the API.

MeaningCloud Text Classification

The MeaningCloud Text Classification API assigns one or more categories to a text using domain-specific taxonomies. The RESTful API uses GET or POST (POST is recommended) over HTTP/S with returns in JSON and XML. The Text Classification API performs pre-classification tasks like: extracting text, tokenization, stopword removal and lemmatization. Using rule-based filtering and statistical document classification, the API can perform accurate classification across a wide range of environments. See the documentation for information on how the Text Classification model works, and what taxonomies are supported.

MeaningCloud Topics Extraction

The MeaningCloud Topics Extraction API extracts relevant information elements from unstructured text. The RESTful API uses GET or POST (POST is recommended) over HTTP/S with returns in JSON and XML. Use the Topics Extraction API to retrieve information like: named entities (people, organizations, places), concepts, time and money expressions, or URIs and phone numbers. The API currently supports texts in Spanish, English, French, Italian, Portuguese and Catalan.

GitHub Licenses

The GitHub Licenses API returns metadata about popular open source licenses and information about a particular project’s license file. The license key and name conforms to the SPDX specification. This API uses a two-factor authentication. GitHub is one of the software providers that specialize in a wide range of application development.

Paytronix

The Paytronix API manages customer loyalty programs. This RESTful API accepts calls in JSON or XML and authenticates with OAuth and Token. Use Paytronix to create reward programs or email clubs, manage giveaways, and analyze customer data. The documentation includes detailed instructions on getting started with Paytronix as well as a practice console for experimenting with the API.

Qubell Platform

Qubell provides autonomic system and configuration management services. The Qubell API allows developers to streamline updates to applications and self repair problems. The API includes other features such as privacy guards, automatic reconfiguration, and reports on changes.

Google Cloud Datastore

The Google Cloud Datastore API provides developers with robust, scalable storage for their apps in the form of a schemaless NoSQL datastore. The datastore provides strong consistency for reads and ancestor queries and will eventually provide consistency for all other queries as well. There is no planned downtime for the Google Cloud Datastore.

Combain Positioning Service

The Combain Positioning Service (CPS) API offers access to mobile positioning. The API uses POST and JSON, and authenticates via API Key. Using the Combain database of cell-id, wifi address data, and GPS the API will determine the location of a device. The CPS API can indicate a location either indoor or outdoor. Request an API Key for free from Combain.

H2O

The Oxdata H20 API is a REST and JSON API. There is a wealth of information and instructional guides/ tutorials to get developers started in using the H20 API and explore software architecture, algorithms road map, and performance datasheet, benchmarks, and public data sets.