Of the many APIs we published this week, ten were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll illuminate those ten by throwing them into the spotlight. The eight included the TaDaweb API. Unlike what seems to be the trend with big data, TaDabweb focuses on what they like to term “small data.” By searching the public web and taking small amounts of existing data TaDaweb can create more meaningful data sets by combining what they find. Hence the term “Small data.” The TaDaweb API allows developers to leverage this functionality through third party applications. To learn more about the TaDaweb API visit the TaDaweb site as well as the TaDaweb API blog post.
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TipTap Lab utilizes psychology to learn about customers without seeming to pry into their personal lives. Users create profiles, answering non-intrusive questions about their beliefs and behaviors, which are then used to score their traits and preferences. The TipTap Lab API allows developers this functionality so users of their third party applications can be better understood. It’s also important to point out that TipTap doesn’t track user profiles for market research. They try to provide a unique customer experience based off the ensuing information. To learn more about the TipTap Lab API visit the TipTap Lab site as well as the TipTap Lab API blog post.
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VigLink is a service that helps monetize publisher’s websites through the use of links and referrals. The VigLink API allows developers and website owners to insert VigLink-generated links to create affiliate and sales commissions for their application or sight. This function is split in-between two different APIs. The Catalog API allows developers to search a database of products they will be promoting to sell. The Affiliation API allows for the monetization of links. To learn more about the VigLink APIs visit the VigLink site as well as the VigLink API blog post.
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Qubit is a service that analyzes website user behavior patterns. From these behaviors each visitor to the website will receive a different website experience designed to cater to their patterns. This concept is called customer experience management (CXM). Functionality includes tag management, analytics, testing and targeting. Utilizing the Behavioral Attribution API customers can visualize what there date means through Qubit’s functionality. To learn more about the Behavioral Attribution API visit the Qubit site as well as the Quibt API blog post.
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If you have a smart phone you have probably had a moment where mobile web browsing is more painful then beneficial. The Brow.si API aims to strengthen mobile web browsing. Developers can integrate the API within their website or application and gain website toolbar functionality specifically designed for mobile phones. Functionality includes the ability to search the site, email shortcuts, share via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and of course push notification to spread the word. To learn more about the Brow.si API visit the Brow.si site as well as the Brow.si API blog post.
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The Image Search Image Recognition API leverages image recognition functionality to provide insight into items captured in a photo. For example, the new Ferrari pulls up to the stoplight. Simply snapping a photo could tell you the model, the specifications of the model, and allow you to learn more without searching for yourself. This is also true of pictures that capture multiple recognizable items. The users then selects what item they want to learn about. Developers can integrate this functionality to utlizie image recognition in the applications. To learn more about the Image Search Recognition API visit the Image Search Recognition site as well as the Image Search API blog post.
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Cacoo is a communication and collaboration application company that has recently announced the Cacoo SDK. The release is accompanied by the Cacco SDK Edition API, which gives developers programmatic access to Cacoo functionality. Functionality includes diagram creation, editing, copying, sharing, commenting, sharing and embedding. In a nutshell, it allows users and developers to create a variety of diagrams that can be embedded into different websites and third party applications. To learn more about the Cacoo API visit the Cacco site as well as the Cacoo API blog post.
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Preva, the fitness equipment maker, started creating a digital interface on their machines so people could track their progress. It allows developers to see goals, metrics, lifetime metrics, progress, workout summaries and more. The Preva API allows developers to programmatically access the data via their third party applications and websites. It allows exercisers the ability to access and track their information from multiple devices, not just when they are working out on Preva equipment. To learn more about the Preva API visit the Preva site as well as the Preva API blog post.
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The ZeroPush API allows iOS developers push notification functionality. Developers can push notifications through their application and access user data that they have collected through ZeroPush. This data can be from a general sense to specific information. The pricing of the API comes in four tiers ranging from free to $50/month. The limit on the amount of apps running ZeroPush is 32 and a maximum of 1.5 million push notifications per month. To learn more about the ZeroPush API visit the ZeroPush site as well as the ZeroPush API blog post.
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The Debitoor API allows third party app developers and website owners to create invoices, inturn meaning money faster due to the fact that faster invoices mean faster payments. The best thing about the Debitoor API is the ease it gives the user when creating international invoices. Debitoor knows all the VAT taxes based on location and makes the adjustments upon the country or address that is being invoiced. Furthermore, it provides developers seeking e-commerce solutions with all the accounting functionality they will need to create invoices, no matter what part of the world their customer is in. To learn more about the Debitoor API visit the Debitoor site as well as the Debitoor API blog post.
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