YouTube Analytics

YouTube Analytics allows to retrieve data from an application related to statistics, popularity metrics, and demographic information. This API is particularly useful for channel owners who want to quantify data from YouTube videos uploaded in a channel. Some of the alternatives to benefit from the API include to build custom reports to display YouTube Analytics data, automate reporting tasks, integrate YouTube Analytics data with other business applications, and build mobile applications that integrate YouTube Analytics data.

YouTube Live Streaming

YouTube Live Streaming allows to create, update, and manage live events on YouTube. Music executives, artists, and independent entrepreneurs could benefit from this API because they could schedule broadcasts to associate them with video streams. Some of the options to use this API include to enable users to predefine broadcast settings, associate video streams and broadcasts, enable broadcasters to define information about a broadcast using the YouTube Data API at the same time, and simplify transitions between broadcast states such as testing and live.

YouTube ActionScript

ActionScript 3.0 enables users to control YouTube video players with the player's public API. Developers can make calls to play and pause times in a video, set volume, and mute player. Some of the requirements include Flash Player 10.1 or higher and embedded players with a viewpoint of 200px x 200px. The site offers a getting started guide, operations, special functions, events, and sample code.

NewsWhip

News Whip hosts a large database of news articles that is updated daily. Developers can access their data via POST & GET HTTP header requests to the News Whip API to return source information and associated metadata on the most publicly shared news trends. The API can retrieve news and article content, sourced from 200,000 pieces of new content from various publishers tracked daily. API parameters can filter content by region, publisher, topic, or time. The data can be used to create internal dashboards, micro-sites with links to content, side bar widgets, and for news & marketing agencies to analyze trends. The API requires an API key for usage.

Last 10K

Integrate SEC filing data within apps using the Last 10K API. The Last 10K developer portal facilitates the rapid creation of applications that inter-operate with Last10K’s RESTful service, providing access to SEC filing data and support services to help developers.

Spredfast Stream

Spredfast Stream API provides users approved status entities from a stream sorted from most recently to least recently approved. This is part of the Spredfast Experiences API, and users must accept its usage agreement for a given stream when accessing data from the Stream API.

WMG Tour Dates

The Warner Music Group (WMG) is one of the world's largest services for recording, publishing, and global distribution of music. Their open RESTful Tour Dates API allows developers to track performance dates from WMG's artist directory. An XML or JSON response from the API will return details such as artist name(s), specific show ID, tour name, tour ID, venue name, scheduled set time, and scheduled door time. The API will also return location data on file, such as address, state, country name, zip code, timezone, and when applicable, specific longitude & latitude coordinates of venue location. Developers can filter results based on artist, country name, tour ID, tour name, or browse page per page.

STAT!Ref

Stat!Ref is a virtual source of healthcare information in a wide variety of medicine fields. Stat!Ref invites developers to use their API to show a search bar with their information on a new site. The API is about healthcare information. To create an application, developers have access to RSS 2.0 and Atom 1.0 formats. The required parameters are searchTerms and grpalias. Some of the optional parameters include startIndex, count, sr:titleList and format. In the site, developers can find examples for queries and error handling. Developer support available.

Commsoft

Commsoft is a web company based in India that provides API services of online education. It is targeted to students who are preparing for entrance tests in the medical, engineering and professional fields. This particular API claims to offer a uniform instructional platform because the content is created and updated often, according to assessments such as GMAT, MAT and CLAT. Commsoft API might benefit developers in the education industry who aim to outsource technical services in India with the goal to create unique learning experiences for students’ success. In the website, developers can be redirected to Testmerit, a sample of learning assessment that can serve as a guide to develop an assessment application online. For more information, developers can send an inquiry in the main webpage of the Commsoft site.

The Keep

East Sussex County Council is the local government of East Sussex, a set of rural entities in South London. The county features The Keep, a global center that keeps archives up to date. In the document site, The Keep API shows a clear guide for those developers interested to create a database with collections of archives. Easy to use, clear and flexible are the main benefits of this open search API that uses Apache Lucene Query Parser Syntax. The Keep API features the license Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 2.0 UK: England & Wales, which indicates developers are asked to provide credit in the mashup. The Keep also invites developers to use the API for commercial use, once there is an agreement for licensing terms. Examples are provided on the collections base OpenSearch API response. E-mail for contact and Twitter for social collaboration are available.