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GitHub has just announced that they are launching a Security Advisory API that will provide data on vulnerabilities aggregated from millions of projects. Programmatic access to security advisories should allow developers to more proactively address issues.
Microsoft took its next step in protecting user data by making two products available for public preview under the confidential computing project. The DC-series virtual machines and Open Enclave SDK have completed private betas and are ready for public preview. The goal is to protect data in use.
As part of our series on the end of the API economy as we know it, we offer a story about a company that survived being shut out of the API that was the lifeblood of its business. This is the story of PeopleLinx, a company that made money using the LinkedIn API, until the API access was removed.
Amazon has released three new APIs that expand the capabilities of doorbells, cameras, and other smart devices on users' front porches. The APIs help Alexa respond to doorbell presses, motion detection, and enable two way communication between someone at the front door and Alexa interactions.
The modern work environment is filled with an overwhelming number of tools and applications, but with no easy way for employees to connect and share their ideas with the rest of the company. Here we look at how APIs can help companies make it easier for coworkers to find content and collaborate.
Reloadly announces the official release of its mobile top up API service that’s designed exclusively for developers. The API enables developers to add airtime and some other mobile operator services to their applications in the program language they already use with just few lines of code.
Nineteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Storage, Security, and Printing. Highlights include several APIs for the Stronghold crypto platform housed on the Stellar network, and a new API from Mercedes Benz. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
UTRUST has a bold vision: to be the PayPal of cryptocurrencies. The Swiss startup has a number of APIs in beta, and plans on launching a publicly available crypto payment platform in early 2019. The platform will enable both online and brick and mortar merchants to accept cryptocurrency payments.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Mapping, eCommerce, and Holidays. Featured today are several APIs for Cloudprinter.com custom printing solutions and an API for ShipNerd shipping services. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Here Technologies has announced a beta of its new location data management cloud service: Here XYZ. XYZ is an open, community driven project that allows contributors to upload, manage, and display location data in a simple, and scalable manner. The service includes APIs and SDKs.
Throughout this last summer Apigee announced beta releases for three products: Apigee API Monitoring, Hosted Targets, and Extensions. The company has now moved all three into general availability, with API Monitoring rolling out in phases over the next several weeks.
Vonage has launched the Nexmo Messages API and Nexmo Dispatch API. The Messages API allows businesses to integrate social chat services with applications using a single API. The Dispatch API allows developers to add a fallback mechanism if the first message for a specific chat channel fails.
Rapid7 has announced API access to its InsightAppSec security solution. InsightAppSec is a security suite based on Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST). Prior to the API, usage of the DAST features were limited to the user UI options offered by Rapid7. Now, developers can get more granular.
ProgrammableWeb's series on cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies aims to give you a sense of the various components and business opportunities within the various cryptocurrency ecosystems. Now, let's take a look at a small handful of typical APIs across those ecosystems.
Stackery has expanded its serverless development toolkit through support of GraphQL. Now, developers can deploy AWS AppSync GraphQL APIs through Stackery. GraphQL resolvers can connect to backend data sources like DynamoDB tables, Lambda functions, and HTTP proxies. Check out the docs.
Google announced yesterday that it is shutting down the consumer version of Google+. The news came alongside the reveal of an API vulnerability discovered earlier this year. The company will provide 10 months for users to download their content.
Adobe has announced the integration of Magento Commerce Cloud with Adobe Experience Cloud and the company has released Magento version 2.3. The latest version of Magento includes new Bulk APIs, Asynchronous APIs, and a new GraphQL implementation.
A look at the cryptocurrency market, with all its hype, failed ICOs, and questionable players, reveals an ecosystem comparable to that of the miners in the 1800s. In such an ecosystem, will a market for businesses providing tools and services (such as APIs) to the blockchain world thrive?
Facebook discovered a security attack that potentially compromised 50 million user accounts in late September. While Facebook has now reported that the actual affect was minimal, the company has released a tool that helps app developers understand whether their users were affected or not.
Last week, cloud based printing company Cloudprinter.com launched the CloudPublish API. The API offers publishers a print on demand service that lets publishing apps be connected to hundreds of print partners. This allows content to be printed not only locally but around the world as well.