Trying to find parking in a busy city can be unnecessarily time consuming and downright frustrating. Imagine you had someone sending you real-time notifications indicating available parkings in a given area; brilliant. ParkMe makes this a reality. The Santa Monica based service provides parking information to navigation companies and smartphones. ParkMe also provides the ParkMe API that enables developers to integrate this functionality with other applications.
SEOmoz, a leader in SEO software, has offered link intelligence APIs for a few years (Mozscape being the latest). Although Mozscape has garnered high adoption rates (over 10 million requests/day), customer feedback uncovered shortcomings. SEOmoz now knows that 10 requests/second and a max of 50 URLs/batch "is not able to support everyone's use case." Accordingly, SEOmoz enhanced Mozscape API capabilities and is currently in beta. Although the beta is in its early stages, throughput has increased 400%.
In a world where high demand and instant gratification is the norm, people are becoming more used to getting things now, and having to wait around for even a better quality product may seem unnecessary. When it comes to web development, the availability of toolkits that help developers to speed up the development process for their clients whilst still maintaining a high level of quality, is really helpful in this regard. WhateverWeb provides this kind of service. It's a mobile application development service that provides a toolkit for developing mobile centred applications. It also provides the WhateverWeb API to to make the whole process even more convenient.