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NuPIC

NuPIC is an open source project written in Python / C++ that implements Numenta's Cortical Learning Algorithm (CLA) which has three principle properties: Sparse Distributed Representations, Temporal inference, and On-line learning. The NuPIC API allows developers to work with the raw algorithms, string together multiple regions (including hierarchies), and utilize other platform functions.

MyUSA

To start application development, users can create an account with MyUSA. The next step is to register the application. App creators should keep in mind that until the app is mature, it will be public for all MyUSA users. The main goal of this API is to create applications that can improve the lives of Americans in the United States. To review some examples, the site displays the Benefits.gov mockup on Github, where users can study the integration between Benefits.gov and MyUSA. In addition, the website offers a link to OAuth 2.0. When developers click this link, they will see a wide variety of implementations such as server libraries and client libraries in Java, PHP and Python languages.

OpenVX Hardware Acceleration

The OpenVX Hardware Acceleration API provides programmatic access to the Khronos Group's Computer Vision applications and libraries. These can be integrated with the user's applications to optimize computer vision algorithms for gesture tracking, object recognition, smart video surveillance, augmented reality, and more. The OpenVX API has been tested extensively to ensure consistent and reliable performance across multiple vendors and platforms.

The Portal to Texas History

The Portal to Texas History is a resource to learn about past events occurred in Texas. The organization offers APIs for the Corpus Cristi Museum of Science and History and invites developers to access data without a special key. They can benefit from this API if they are interested to organize databases with science and history content. In addition, developers can choose from two metadata formats, oai_dc and UNT. With this API about museums, users can organize collections, generic information and specialized material after they review some of the examples shown in the main website. Support is available via e-mail and contact form.

Company Data

Company Data is a searchable site that hosts a database of over 3,400,000 records on companies based in the United Kingdom. Each company data set includes information on accounts, mortgages, key clients, important figures, filing status history, and more. The Company Data API uses open government records to source data. In order to consume the API, developers must posses an API key received only after paying a fee for API usage.

Hailo

Hailo is an app that eases the process of hailing a taxi, allowing a user to view and book nearby drivers with a single button. The Hailo API returns nearby driver location and ETA information. It also allows the ability to hail a driver from within a 3rd party app, connecting developers and users to 60,000 taxis and executive cars in over 3 continents. Deep linking gives the ability to migrate inputted information seamlessly to the Hailo app for a clean user experience.

AnyMeeting

The AnyMeeting API offers clients access to a scalable business videoconferencing solution. Developers can access the AnyMeeting API to share data and programmatically interface with presentation and communication modes. The conferencing platform is made available for integration with web, video, and phone. Through the AnyMeeting API, partners gain access to screensharing, multi-party video sharing, phone based conferencing, webinars, and recording features.

Boomerang.io

The Boomerang.io API makes setting up reminders for webhooks very easy. Developers can use the Boomerang.io API service to set notifications to trigger webhooks to then perform additional events. 100 Boomerang requests per month is free, and fees are applied for higher volume rates.

Product Hunt

Product Hunt is a service that helps a user discover new apps, tech creations, hardware, and even job listings. Their website allows a user to login to add products and use an upvote system to rank products and showcase new trends. Their API, currently in sign-up phase, will allow developers to access their data on file to create 3rd party applications and web services. As release is TBA, this profile is pending further updates.

Google Kubernetes

Kubernetes is a container cluster manager made by Google that is optimized for Google Cloud Platform and is open source and free to implement. Across predetermined node instances, Kubernetes is able to schedule container replicas. A master instance will call the Kubernetes API in order to define tasks. Developers can customize the number and type of containers to be created according to the circumstance. Developers can begin to implement Kubernetes by visiting the GitHub repository.