Clubs and committees can often achieve a lot, but at times, the lack of transparency regarding transactions and administrative loose ends can end up costing more,and ultimately slow down any kind of momentum. That's where a tool like TidyClub comes in. It's a simple club administration platform that provides clubs, committees and organisations with features like project managing tools, administration tools and easy payment methods and tracking to effectively manage things. TidyClub also provides the TidyClub API that makes it possible for developers to integrate this functionality with other applications or create new ones.
With President Barack Obama being sworn into office for a second term a lot of thoughts will naturally turn to how narrow his re-election actually was. The president did surprisingly well by carrying a much larger number of swing states than anybody thought possible. But each of those victories only came about because the turnout for the president was much higher than most anyone has expected in those states with the possible exception of the team of programmers that build the social media applications for the Obama for America campaign.
Urbanesia, the leading Indonesian lifestyle directory website, announced the launch of an open API. The open API enables third-party developers to incorporate Urbanesia's location data into third-party apps. The API allows developers to retrieve location data generally or in categories (e.g. restaurants, tourist spots, etc.). Selina Limman, Urbanesia CEO, commented: "We hope Urbanesia’s API can increase the developers’ creativity as they can [now] focus more on application development rather than data collection."