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Which APIs are the most popular with developers? There are a lot of ways to come to an answer; this month we are using our directory data to offer one. Every API in our directory has a track functionality and by looking at the data we can see which APIs our readers have shown the most interest in.
We've added 7 APIs to the directory today in Education and Banking categories, among others. Also added, client libraries for YouTube and Amazon Product Advertising APIs.
This article takes a detailed look at how the FlowDiscuss web app was built by leveraging the power of a variety of APIs.
This part of the 2014 mobile API year in review looks at Google's highlights including YouTube on Android, improvements to the Google Maps APIs, a foray into health data and more.
YouTube launched YouTube WatchMe for Android, which is available on GitHub. The app makes it possible for developers to integrate YouTube Live Streaming into Android apps.
Social video sharing network Vimeo has released a brand-spanking new revision of its API, versioned at 3.2.
In our series on video APIs we have focused on the YouTube API, but YouTube is not the only video service in town. Dailymotion is a French social video site that is especially popular in countries where YouTube has been censored. In this post we provide a step-by-step guide to using the video subset of the service's API.
Janet Wagner looks at the role Developer Experience (DX) plays in adopting an API banking on her recent experience reviewing several leading e-signature APIs.
There are a number of ways to discuss API popularity. Our metrics are based on developer engagement. The "track" functionality on ProgrammableWeb lets developers declare an interest in receiving updates on particular APIs. Which APIs and categories are seeing the most activity.
YouTube continues to grow, doubling its subscription rate year after year. Even more mind-boggling is the fact that 100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute. In other words, that is almost 2 hours of video every second! With over 6 billion hours of video being watched each month it becomes apparent that YouTube is stronger than ever. On the developer side we continue to see YouTube as a focal point. This week we will take a look at recent mashups utilizing the YouTube API.
ProgrammableWeb now tracks over 100 Google APIs. The search giant has always been developer-focused. By mid-2006, way early in the API timeline, Google already had 10 APIs. We'll look at where they are now and reflect on how amazing it is that eight of those 10 are still around. And there's an irony to the two that are no longer available.
Windows 8.1 features APIs that support 4K resolution displays. Microsoft and Google put aside their differences to work together on a new YouTube Application. Plus: An introduction to Google Glass' Face Recognition API and 9 new APIs.
Microsoft's deep-tech team and next-gen developers. YouTube analytics API tool updated. Plus: New Age developer tools from Workshare, new ANT Android SDK, and 6 New APIs.
YouTube has integrated with Gengo and Translated.net to allow seamless caption translation. The LinkedIn API has moved to OAuth 2.0. Plus: StackMob launches enterprise API marketplace, Rackspace open sources PHP SDK for OpenCloud, and 8 new APIs.
Today in APIs: Google Maps Navigates Deeper into the Auto Market, The YouTube API Makes its Way to Falcon Pro 1.4 and 28 New APIs
Google Maps is becoming a growing resource for auto manufacturers. A third party Twitter app adds YouTube integration that allows in app viewing of videos. Plus: new geo APIs for the New Year, Google's hidden Currency Converter JSON API and 28 New APIs.
Today in APIs: Youtube Player API Goes Live, Mimvi and Mashape Offer Mobile App Search, and 8 New APIs
Youtube API for Android. Mimvi and Mashape to offer mobile app search to API developers. Plus: Google maps of the year from Google Maps Mania and 8 new APIs.
The rise of JSON has been apparent for some time. Previously we've pointed out that 1 in 5 new APIs were choosing JSON over XML. The trend has continued, with an even greater percentage of APIs saying goodbye to XML. Anecdotally, it's even more interesting that some established players like the Box.net API and YouTube API are making the switch in updated versions.