Daily API RoundUp: Hail, kintone, Coinmap, TalkWalker, Availity

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We've added 9 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Healthcare, Mapping, and Content Management categories, among others. Here's a summary of what is new.

APIs

The coinmap REST API allows developers to programmatically access a map of locations where popular cryptocurrencies - including Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Peercoin - are accepted. The data provided by this API is licensed under the Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL).

coinmap shows users who takes bitcoins for payments
Coinmap shows brick and mortar businesses that take cryptocurrency / image: Coinmap.org

 

This API is listed under the Mapping category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Mapping APIs.

Hail is a content management system that allows users to create, manage, and publish content easily across multiple channels and devices. The Hail REST API allows developers to integrate into their own applications and manage users, retrieve and post articles, manage tags, and manage content. We've listed the Hail API under the Content Management category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Content Management APIs.

Kintone is a service that allows developers to create custom applications for automating business processes using a drag and drop interface. The kintone REST API allows developers to manipulate spaces for custom applications, manage app records, get descriptions. Pre-built applications are also available in kintone's library. We've primarily categorized the kintone API under the Application Development category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Application Development APIs.

Talkwalker crawls and analyzes social media posts, and online media. The Talkwalker API allows for data integration into apps or databases. The service can perform language detection, geographical detection, data categorization, demographics, related terms, sentiment analysis, influence ranking and more. The Talkwalker API is categorized under Social. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Social APIs.

NHS is short for National Health Service, which is comprised of four publicly funded health care systems in the United Kingdom. The NHS Data API is a REST service API offered in JSON format. The NHS Data API helps health app developers increase productivity and reduce development time.

Availity functions as an intermediary between health plans and providers. Four APIs to integrate Availity with health applications have been added to the directory.

The Availity Service Review API is used to authorize service or to refer a patient to a different provider. Information such as patient's status and transport distance is available.

The Availity Capacity to Pay API returns a member's financial capacity information. Users can retrieve information such as a guarantor's high home value or number of adults living with the guarantor.

The Availity Configuration API returns validation rules for different resources. Information such as health plan lists and coverage is available.

The Availity Coverage API is used to manage and find information about a member's coverage.

We've categorized the Availity APIs as well as the NHS API under the Healthcare category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Healthcare APIs.

Joy Culbertson Joy Culbertson is a Content Producer, Writer, and Community Officer for ProgrammableWeb. She has been producing web content in the business technology sector since 2001. When she's not tweeting about APIs she enjoys watching baseball and exploring new places.

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