The Rooftop CMS API facilitates the construction of apps that are responsive to cross-platform and multi-language content management environments. It is essentially a WordPress solution that developers can use to implement CMS applications in any language. It makes it easier for non-PHP developers to integrate WordPress functionalities in their CMSs. The API’s provider’s ability to host content spares developers the need to generate WordPress themes. The RESTful API sends requests in JSON format and returns responses in JSON and Webhooks formats.
Rooftop isn’t unique: there are other API-first CMSs doing great stuff. But we’re the first to make WordPress easy to use for non-PHP developers, or people who want to use content in different ways. We’re also the first to open-source our code, so you can run Rooftop yourself if you want.
We've added 11 more APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Internet of Things, Identity, Payments, and Travel. One highlight today is the Fitch Finance Data API, which provides developers with archived, historical data for U.S. securities. Take a look at what's new.
The Whois XML Website Categorization API allows finding out website categories. Developers can use the API to investigate threats at the URL and identify malicious activities (i.e., malware, phishing...