Mashups using the same API (25)
Snipt is a web service that attempts to solve a simple problem: storing commonly used snippets of code, and sharing them with your fellow coders. It seems to do that pretty well, with lots of good options for storing and sharing. Better yet, it has its Snipt API so coders can use this simple storage engine within their own programs.
A new not-for-profit launched by 3scale and API Evangelist aims to help speed up the process of developing APIs by encouraging the sharing of API code and descriptions. Launched at Defrag in Denver Colorado today, API Commons provides an open source-like, Creative Commons-modelled platform for developers to share and reuse API code. Co-Founder Steve Willmott spoke to ProgrammableWeb on the eve of the launch, while his fellow co-founder Kin Lane worked behind-the-scenes to upload some government open data API code examples.
Google App Engine Admin RPC
||This RPC platform is for building scalable web applications and mobile backends. It provisions and manages App Engine applications such as Instance and Versions and can be used with any programming...||Application Development||11.16.2016|
Google Cloud App Engine Admin REST
||This is a platform for building scalable web applications and mobile backends. App Engine provides built-in services and APIs such as NoSQL Datastores, Memcache, Task Queues and more. Use this...||Applications||11.16.2016|
Google Cloud Machine Learning
||The Google Cloud Machine Learning API’s TensorFlow functionality affords developers greater flexibility when using cloud to build apps. Its integration supports manipulation of data, training of...||Cloud||11.07.2016|
Solace SEMP Management
||The Solace Element Management Protocol (SEMP) API supports the development of functional applications for message routers. It is a RESTful API that enables developers to build self-serve portals and...||Messaging||10.29.2016|
||The Appscode API allows developers to access its integrated application development platform. This platform allows users to collaboratively code, test, and deploy containerized apps. Users can...||Application Development||10.28.2016|