Just over a year ago, Amazon launched CodeGuru, a developer support tool that provides machine learning-powered code review and analysis. This tool has now gained a “Secrets Detector” that simplifies the process of scanning code for passwords, API keys, and credentials left in code by accident.
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Placer.ai, an analytics company that provides data on consumer foot traffic, has announced the release of an API that will provide developers with access to location and consumer data that can be used to build retail analytics services. The API is available immediately.
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.
Sendbird has announced new developer-centric features to its platform, headlined by the expansion of offline messaging to all Sendbird SDKs. Additionally, the company is announcing a new developer push notification and debugging tool and new message threading capabilities for the Sendbird UIKit.
Deutsche Bank is now utilizing a real-time API for Beneficiary Account Validation (BAV) via SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication). This move advances the interbank initiative away from planning phases and into real-world implementation.
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.
Sauce Labs, an application testing and monitoring platform, has recently added API testing and monitoring to its platform. This addition brings support for a vital element of application management and moves beyond legacy strategies that are no longer comprehensive in an API development era.
Developers love open source software. It stokes creativity, collaboration, and innovation, and is free, or at least less expensive, than commercial software. Luckily ProgrammableWeb provides hundreds of APIs in the Open Source category. Here we highlight the 12 most popular Open Source APIs.
Wearable tech can collect information about a person's location, activities, sleep pattern, calories burned, heart rate, and more. They can also provide augmented,a ccessibility & environmental features, and enhance entertainment. Here are the most popular Wearable APIs according to ProgrammableWeb.
Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Healthcare, Religion and Banking. Highlights include an API for remote monitoring for diabetes patients and an API for health risk scores. Here's a rundown of the latest additions for developers.
StepZen has announced the release of two new free GraphQL tools that are intended to simplify the process of outlining and managing connections to APIs. GraphQL Studio and GraphQL Federation lack the full feature-set that StepZen has to offer, but provide powerful functionality.
Just over a year ago, OpenAI announced the release of its API for access to the company’s GPT-3 language model for advanced natural language processing. Previously, access to this API required joining an extensive waitlist, which is now a thing of the past.
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