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Google has released an updated Gmail API that functionally replaces the Email Settings API. The Gmail API includes a number of new endpoints that enable features previously unavailable through any Google API. Developers have access to filters, auto-replies, send-as aliases, and more.
Google has announced its latest API with a haiku of all things: New admin tool dawns Settings change like the seasons For hosted email That's from Andrew Olsen of the Google Apps team, announcing the Google Email Settings API, which allows IT administrators at organizations that use the Gmail-based Google Apps hosted webmail solution to "programmatically update Gmail settings for their users in bulk by making requests to a GData feed." Previously, settings could only be changed manually, on an account-by-account basis.
Embarcadero Team Server OAuth
||This API performs a request against your callback URL with an authorization code that you can later exchange for Embarcadero access. Team Server returns JSON code with an access token, a refresh...||Authorization||04.17.2017|
Embarcadero Team Server
||This API is a web-based tool to access, search, edit and manage enterprise metadata. Embarcadero Team Server is a model and metadata collaboration platform that provides greater meaning,...||Tools||04.17.2017|
||The Recruitee Public API provides a way to show company's jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job's questions and includes; name, email, phone and more. The...||Human Resources||04.17.2017|
||The Recruitee Private API provides a way to show company’s jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job’s questions and includes; name, email, phone and more....||Human Resources||04.17.2017|
Recruitee Careers Site
||The Recruitee Careers Site API provides a way to show company’s jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job’s questions and includes; name, email, phone and more...||Human Resources||04.17.2017|