Microsoft OneNote is a notebook tool to take and organize notes. The OneNote service API allows developers to integrate and manipulate OneNote user data in their own applications on a variety of platforms and devices. This code sample gives users examples of how to use OneNote API with Windows Phone.
ProgrammableWeb first covered Point.io last year when the Point.io API was released. The original API gave mobile apps access to data from multiple cloud storage providers. Point.io has expanded its single point of access approach with the release of APIdoc. APIdoc provides a single API that grants any application access to data that resides in a public cloud, private cloud, behind a firewall, or elsewhere. While providing seamless access to multiple data repositories, APIdoc ensures security for compliance and auditing purposes.
Skybiometry's cloud-based face detection API serves as a drop-in replacement for face.com's API. This REST-based API can be used in combination with almost any programming language, making it possible to integrate with any device that has internet connectivity.
Cloud application platform, Heroku, has released the Heroku Platform API. The Platform API allows developers to extend its cloud platform to third party applications and services. With the release, Heroku hopes to inspire apps built upon the Heroku platform, Heroku-based developer tools, and an expanded Heroku ecosystem into additional web services. The Platform API developed from an internal API that Heroku developers used to build tools like toolbelt and dashboard. Heroku wants to empower its developer community with the same tools it created for in-house use.