ShopAdvisor has announced that version 3.0 of the ShopAdvisor API is now generally available. The API allows developers to build applications that can make online-to-offline retailer oriented queries which can then be used to provide information for mobile marketing campaigns.
ProgrammableWeb editor in chief David Berlind will be in Austin, TX on Thursday August 24, 2017 to participate in a panel discussion regarding APIs while sampling a variety of IPA beers. So, if you're in the neighborhood and want to join the conversation, c'mon down and join us!
A few years ago the best computer vision algorithms were the preserve of a few neural net researchers. Now, anyone can gain access to the best object detection algorithms in the world through public APIs. Wayne Walls, CTO at Filestack, put four of the best through their paces over at their blog.
Often API responses give you way more data than you ever wanted. Normally this isn’t a problem but sometimes you’d really rather receive just the fields you want in the payload to avoid putting strain on your app. Wesley Chun shows you how to do exactly that with Google APIs and field masks.
In order to develop a REST API in PHP quickly and easily it might be a good idea to use a lightweight PHP framework. Developing your own from scratch with plain PHP, apart from being a pain and taking too much time, is likely to require a lot of testing and deviate from REST standards.
Thirteen new APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Games, Home Automation, Verification and Payments. Highlighted today is an API for developer integration with Fanburst free streaming music service. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
This week Google announced support of three new APIs in it's upcoming beta release of Chrome 61. These APIs, integrated from existing W3C standards, include the Payment Request API for making payment checkouts easier, the Web Share API for implementing native sharing capabilities and the WebUSB API.
Postman announced the addition of multi-region support to the monitoring feature. Multi-region support allows developers to run API tests from selected geographical locations. There are six regions developers can choose from including US East, US West, Canada, EU, Asia Pacific, and South America.
Joberate opened API access to its job seeking analytics platform. Companies can access the data with HRIS, ATS, and CRM systems. The company historically offered the platform in a SaaS model. Joberate monitors job seeking activity on the internet and creates profiles based on the activity.
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