The Credit Offers API provides developers with tools to offer Capital One credit products (credit cards, in particular) to their customers. Currently, the API contains a single resource and endpoint that lists the credit cards that are tailored for a specific customer. This API is currently in beta.
Now that your API has been published and external developers are beginning to consume it, our focus shifts again towards a balance between business and technical issues. In this part of the series we take a look at how a business can leverage the technical API to grow a developer community?
BBVA and Sutor Bank have opened APIs to third parties on the heels of Capital One doing the same last week. They join a growing list of banks that are exploring open API platforms but, does this signal a trend? There are roadblocks to open platforms, namely the banks themselves.
Sixteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things, Credit Cards, Health, Blogging and Wearables. Featured today are three APIs from Capital One, that were announced earlier today. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
U.S. bank Capital One has launched a developer portal and three new open APIs in a move that signals a significant shift in open banking platforms. Demonstrating their desire for street cred and aiming to appeal to developers directly, the announcement was made at SXSW in Austin, Texas yesterday.