The Travelport Java SDK by Travelport is a helpful tool for developers to create and customize Travelport desktops. It provides access to comprehensive tools, documentation and utilities. The Travelport API is the global distribution system (GDS) industry’s first truly universal API, giving you access to a world of content and functionality, providing access to worldwide low cost carriers, high speed rail providers and multi-source content.
This week we’re spotlighting the Flickr API, one of our most consistently popular APIs. Flickr is the fourth most used API in our directory appearing in over 600 mashups. Each of the mashups below leverage Flickr and have been named mashup of the day since August.
Although some developers may be unaware of the prevalence of real-time APIs, they are already used by some of the world’s most popular providers. This post by Phill Leggetter for the Pusher Blog discusses five reasons why API providers should embrace a real-time API to add more value to users.
Another day, another API... Keeping on top of all the APIs that have been made public to support the plethora of web services that are available these days can be a full time job. Yahoo thought so too, and so they created the Yahoo Query Language (YQL), which provides access to hundreds of web services with a single SQL like syntax. And now YQL supports Google Buzz.