Mashups using the same API (333)
It might be difficult to light all the candles on the cake when the New York Times celebrates its 160th birthday next year. The venerable newspaper isn't exactly acting its age, remaining hip as the Grey Lady provides 13 New York Times APIs, from search access to its own archives to data collections used both internally and by outside developers.
Remember all the WS-* specifications that had garnered significant traction in the last decade among major software vendors? It seems that we might have seen the last of them. The Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I) recently announced that they had completed their work. All WS-I’s assets, operation and mission will now transition over to OASIS that will continue to drive open standards, as applicable. WS-I, which was started in 2002 had a clear goal of laying the groundwork for Web Services Interoperability and did so actively by developing profiles, sample apps and tools towards that.
||The Classeur API allows developers to access their written content and resources. Classeur is a services for writing notes, documents, and blogs using Markdown. Users can create an unlimited number...||Writing||04.09.2016|
||AYLIEN News API is a powerful tool for sourcing, searching and syndicating analyzed and enriched news content. Using this API, users can search and source news and content from all over the web in...||Natural Language Processing||04.08.2016|
Kehalim Text Classification
||Kehalim is a monetization platform focused on contextual and semantic automation which can be used to integrate affiliate programs to existing applications. The Text Classification API offers page...||Classification||04.05.2016|
Pitney Bowes GeoSearch
||The Pitney Bowes GeoSearch API allows developers to make calls to the GeoSearch API, enabling local search capabilities on their applications. Pitney Bowes specializes in customer information...||Location||04.02.2016|
||The University of British Columbia Open Collections library contains about 200,000 items such as digital photos, books, newspapers, maps, videos, theses and more. The Open Collections API from the...||Library||03.30.2016|