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VBA, a healthcare technology company, released a library of over 4,800 APIs for VBASoftware, its claims administration system. The new VBAPI solution gives clients the flexibility to access and make changes to their databases, build connections to other systems, and create their own user experience.
In aggregate, the organizations around the world that directly or indirectly monetize their APIs form the basis of what the media often calls the “API Economy.” As a subset of the total global economy, the API economy is responsible for the exchange of trillions of dollars of value annually.
Meta announced the Facebook Reels API, a solution for sharing Reels to publicly available Facebook Pages from desktop or web applications. According to the company, the new API allows “3rd party platforms to directly enable a ‘share to reels’ feature…and then uploading at a later time to Facebook.
Kevel, an API platform used to build custom ad platforms, announced the launch of Relay, an API solution to accelerate building custom programmatic ad capabilities that give publishers control over how they monetize their sites. Relay acts as a layer between the ad server and demand partners,
One of the most complex topics, especially for organizations that are new to the API economy, is the concept of an API ecosystem. This whitepaper was written to help you demystify what an ecosystem is and its role in your overall API strategy. This is the second of our ongoing series of whitepapers.
Postman, an API design platform, today announced Postman v10, its first major update in a year, offering new features around API governance and security, and expanded capabilities in collaboration and integration. With this release Postman looks to help companies implement API-first strategies.
Hygraph, a federated content platform, has announced a new GraphQL based API that helps developers pull content from a variety of sources and use that content across multiple formats. This approach, called a federated content platform, offers a many-to-many CMS experience for developers.
In conjunction with the release of iOS16 on Monday, Apple has announced that developers can now subscribe to new plans to get more WeatherKit API requests. This API is part of the transition from Dark Sky to Apple Weather and allows developers to access weather data for their apps.
Great American Insurance Group has released new APIs for its insurance programs for commercial equipment finance. These APIs are geared towards helping to accelerate a finance company's funding process and provide more options to their customers looking to acquire equipment.
This week the Library of Congress announced that it is releasing the Congress.gov API in beta. The API is meant to provide access to accurate and structured congressional data. The API provides access to a number of Congress.gov collections and is available to users who sign up for an API key.
Twitter recently announced that it will be deprecating Twitter Developer Labs and all of the remaining Labs endpoints on October 31, 2022. The program was originally launched in 2019. The endpoints to be deprecated include the Labs Tweets and Users endpoints as well as the COVID-19 stream.
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