Daily API RoundUp: Traity, AT&T, Catalyze, FeedBackHub, ArsenalPay, Orchestrate

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We've added six APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Reputation, Tools, Notifications, and Healthcare. We've also added several SDKs for use with Orchestrate.io, a Database-as-a-service for application developers. Here's a rundown of the new additions.

APIs

Traity helps users maintain online reputations. The Traity Insurance API helps to secure transactions between users. Specifically, the Insurance API allows a platform to query the insurance price for a particular transaction, insure it, and let the user report possible claims to Traity.

Traity Reputation Passport
Traity helps users maintain a good reputation with insight from social posts, identity verifications, other member vouches and more. / image:Traity

We've listed this API under the Reputation category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Reputation APIs.

A Mac Address (media access control address), or physical address, is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on the physical network segment. Mac Address Lookup API allows for search to get vendor contact information. This API from MacVendors.co is listed under the Tools category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Tools APIs.

AT&T RESTful Webhooks Notification API allows apps using the In-App Messaging API to receive notifications about messages in an AT&T customer's cloud message inbox. This API sends push notifications to the Developer-Hosted Server for an app. This API is listed under the Notifications category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Notifications APIs.

The Catalyze.io Mock API works as a simulation for initial implementation in healthcare practices. Developers can use the API to create projects that require HIPPA compliance to protect patients' privacy rights. Catalyze is a HIPPA compliant, healthcare software company. The Catalyze Mock API is listed under the Healthcare category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Healthcare APIs.

ArsenalPay is a payment platform based in Russia. The API features methods for payment module integration, mobile notification tools, mobile integration, and social network support, plus load protection, network vulnerability scanning, and system logfile analysis. We've listed the ArsenalPay API under the Payments category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Payments APIs.

FeedbackHub provides a feedback process for service and product providers to discover what customers are saying about them. The FeedbackHub Invites API assists with customer email invites to request feedback.

Find out how FeedbackHub works to benefit your business in this  quick overview / video: YouTube/FeedbackHub

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

Frameworks, Libraries, and SDKs

Orchestrate.io is a service that allows users to add features such as location services, activity feeds, and recommendations to applications without having to use databases. The Orchestrate.io API allows developers to access and integrate features from Orchestrate.io with other applications and to create new applications. The following SDKs are provided by Orchestrate.io for use with the API: Orchestrate.io Go SDK, Orchestrate.io Java SDK, Orchestrate.io Python SDK, Orchestrate.io Ruby SDK, and Orchestrate.io Node.js SDK.

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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