Only to be used by content editors. Image URL

IMGX offers video and image processing tools for large amounts of data in the cloud. The Image URL API will accept the direct URL to a photograph, and offers image editing functions to enable developers to manipulate millions of images in real time. These edits include crop, crop circle, saturation, brightness, masking, hue, rotation, and more. The APIs can be tested using API demos on their site. Interested parties can sign up for early API access and can inquire via email to view additional documentation.


IDology is an identity and age verification tool. IDology provides this service by offering a Web Portal, direct Mobile Access, and an API to enable identity verification solutions to be integrated with existing 3rd party applications. Batch functionality also exists for programmatically running verification checks for large amounts of uploaded files. IDology offers round-the-clock customer support for their products.


The Web MIDI API is a browser-based JavaScript web API allowing low-level interactions with music or lighting devices synced with a host computer. Using the Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) protocol, devices can send digital information regarding tone, sustain, volume dynamic, modulation, and more to trigger software instruments. This information can also be used to trigger non-musical devices, such as lighting effects. This API works on the MIDI protocol to accept these MIDI signals from host devices and to also enable direct access to devices that respond to MIDI.


Teleco.IO offers an API for telecommunications services to help manage their industry. The API allows asset management and reporting, enabling providers to search, order, and provision their telecom assets throughout an entire data lifecycle across multiple networks. Currently in a private beta, interested parties can request API access from the Teleco.IO website.

FT Headline

Financial Times is a business intelligence service that extracts vital information critical to business news. The FT Headline API enables developers to create a newsfeed of relevant real time business news for integration into 3rd party websites or applications. These headlines can be ported into existing CRM, newsletters, and information portals.

W3C Vibration

The Vibration API is a simple browser-based device API documented by the W3C Device APIs Working Group. The Vibration API enables developers to trigger the vibration mechanism in a hosting device, such as a smartphone. The vibration length and pattern of the vibrations can be customized. The API offers simple tactile feedback, not fine-grained control. The API should not be confused with sending alerts and notifications, as the Notifications API can handle these requests. The Vibration API does not specify wether or not the hosting device contains a vibration mechanism.

W3C Battery Status

The Battery Status API, documented by W3C, is a browser-based API that enables web developers to discover the battery life of a hosting device. This enables web application features to be dynamically catered to a device's battery status, improving power-efficiency and user experience. The API dependences include EcmaScript and WebIDL version 2. The Battery Status API was historically packaged within the W3C System Information API but was excluded to promote additional efficiency and easier implementation. Documentation for the API is in the form of a brief written by W3C and representatives from Intel and Google, including code samples and additional reference material.

Context Matters

The Context Matters Reimbursement Tracker is a platform that pharmaceutical companies and Data Scientists are using for data analysis. The database is large, with an API in Beta that enables developers to perform analysis more efficiently with integration options and more complexities. The Context matters API allows customers to perform complex database queries and integrate existing systems with the Context Matters data. The API is currently in a Beta mode with access granted in a case by case basis.

Web Storage

The Web Storage API is an HTML browser-based API offering an alternative data storage method to cookies. An example use case is when a user may be completing multiple transactions in different windows with the same provider. To solve issues that arise with cookies, developers can use the Web Storage sessionStorage IDL attribute to store relevant information in a browser's session, enabling the same data to be dispersed across multiple pages that are accessing the same site in the same window. Furthermore, the localStorage IDL attribute can be used to store browser larger amounts of site-specific information accessible across multiple windows. The Web Storage API documentation comes in the form of an abstract written and edited by Google and W3C representatives.

Web Speech

The Web Speech API, supported by The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), is a browser-based JavaScript API that enables developers to incorporate speech recognition and synthesis into websites and applications. The API offers text-to-speech as an output as well as speech recognition as input. Use case scenarios include using voice to perform a web search, creating a speech-driven command interface, recognizing and transcribing dialogues, and more. The API is maintained under the W3C Community Contributor License Agreement (CLA).