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Bottomline Technologies, a provider of financial technology that aims to help make business payments simple, smart and secure, today announced the release of a new set of APIs to enable connectivity for banks, corporate clients, and other third-parties to the company’s Paymode-X platform.
Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Payments, Machine Learning, and Financial. Featured today is the PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds Developer API, which enables developers to access Battle Royale game data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Forty Seven Bank continues its move to modernize banking. In the midst of its initial coin offering, it has released a PSD2 compliant API that developers can use to build banking apps. API features run the gamut of banking services. Forty Seven Bank seems dedicated to innovation and compliance.
Netflix this week opened its bug bounty program to all security researchers. Under the program, researchers can earn between $100 to $15,000 for valid bug and vulnerability reports. The program allows researchers to submit bugs and vulnerabilities they find through Bugcrowd.
Figma has announced the launch of the Figma Platform and the first release of the Figma API. The Figma API will initially support three core operations related to Figma design files which includes read design files, read and write comments to design files, and render design files.
Google is pitching its Activity Recognition Transition API as the key to unlocking insight about smartphone owners' movements. The idea is to let developers decipher between simple movement, such as walking, and complex movement, such as driving all while maximizing battery life.
Find an overview of the 150 most useful Translation APIs including the most popular Google Translate API, and latest Lingotek API. Translation APIs allow developers to provide services to the users of their applications in multiple languages, therefore enabling developers to grow their audience.
Amazon is doing its part to boost gaming competition through its recently announced GameOn platform. GameOn allows developers to introduce competitions into their games regardless of device, operating system, screen size, etc. Developers can offer in-game or real world prizes through GameOn.
Royal Bank of Canada has launched a developer portal and set of APIs. The APIs can be used by eligible businesses and developers to add select RBC banking and services information to applications. Among the APIs are the Branch Locator API, Minimum Down Payment API, and the Amortization Schedule API.
In a post market-closing announcement yesterday March 20, 2018, MuleSoft and Salesforce jointly announced Salesforce’s intent to acquire MuleSoft in a deal worth approximately $6.5 billion. The announcement comes almost exactly one year after MuleSoft went public on the New York Stock Exchange.
Alphabet-funded startup Coord is offering an API to cities and transportation companies that allows them to access the data it has collected from mapping curbs. The API allows developers to search for curbs near a location by latitude and longitude and to retrieve information about those curbs.
DeepL has announced the launch of DeepL Pro, a fee-based subscription service for language translation. DeepL Pro includes an enhanced web translation service, a RESTful API for developers, and a software plug-in for translators. Texts and translations sent to DeepL are never stored.
Many of the world's most successful technology companies have seen their fortunes bolstered by offering open APIs, but incidents last week involving Facebook and Spotify demonstrate that open APIs are not without risk, especially when enforcement of API usage policies is lax.
PUBG has launched a test version of the PUBG Developer API. The API provides rich game data for developers looking to build tools and services around PUBG's popular battle royale game. PUBG anticipates the API will lead to apps and tools that expand what is currently available through OP.GG.
If you want any kind of credit these days, you’re going to get assessed by one of the private credit bureaus for credit worthiness. These bureaus rely on data from past and present creditors to evaluate your position. What they’re missing, however, is information from the IRS.
Seventeen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Animation, Social, Cryptocurrency, and Astrology. Also new to the directory are APIs for handling Location information and for global Payments operations. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Facebook this week announced it has opened its Instant Games platform to all developers. The platform, which had been in beta, allows developers to build HTML5-based games that can be played across Facebook directly within News Feeds and in Messenger conversations on desktop and mobile devices.
Travel booking giant Expedia, through its Expedia Affiliate Network, has launched EAN Rapid, a new platform for travel accomodation search and booking. The platform contains a number of APIs, including Geography, Shopping and Booking APIs, that affiliates can use to build booking applications.
Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Bitcoin, Science, and Animation. Highlights include the Studio Ghibli API which returns film data from the popular anime studio, and the OANDA (foreign) Exchange Rates API. Here's a look at what is new.
PartsTech, an automotive ecommerce technology company, has announced the launch of a new Parts Ordering API. By integrating the API into their shop management systems, auto shops will be able to more easily find auto parts, check prices, find local inventory, and make purchases.