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Reddit announced upcoming changes to its API reporting. Starting September 21, free form reports will not be allowed from communities that have not chosen to allow such reports from users. Currently, developers can disallow custom reports, but that doesn't restrict third party clients from doing so.
Developers wanting to create apps for news hungry users need to find the correct APIs to make that happen. They should start their search in the News Services category of the ProgrammableWeb API directory. Check out the 11 most popular News Services APIs based on user ProgrammableWeb traffic.
For their first Rankings Report, Devpost published the most popular technologies used at student hackathons throughout 2014/15. Here we look at the most popular APIs by category.
Every now and then a sharp developer uncovers a clue that leads to discovery of an undocumented, but quite real, web API. A case in point is the folks over at SEO services company Index Content, who noted in their blog yesterday that the popular social news web site Reddit has an API. But don't go looking for any documentation, because it doesn't look like there is any, at least not yet (for reference we've created a Reddit API summary in our directory and will update it if/when this becomes an officially supported API).