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CARDFREE has opened its order-ahead API for third party integration. Third parties can include order-ahead and payment processing in their existing apps that include support for complex menus, upselling/cross-selling, combinations and much more. The API works seamless on mobile and web.
Kyber created an on-chain liquidity protocol so that any app can exchange value through decentralized tokens using cryptocurrencies of choice. Now, Kyber is providing API access to this protocol so that developers without smart contract experience can leverage the on-chain liquidity protocol.
The United States Postal Service confirmed recently that they have patched an API issue which exposed the account details for up to 60 million users. Additionally, in some cases, the vulnerability could have allowed hackers to modify other users’ account details.
Datadog has expanded its platform to include API and endpoint performance monitoring. The new service, Synthetics, sends simulated API requests to the monitored API and returns data to the administrator. The data gives an idea of what an API user witnesses when consuming a particular API.
This week Amazon announced the general availability of the Alexa Mobile Accessory Kit. The SDK was designed to bring Alexa to Bluetooth devices including headphones, headsets and wearables. Alexa capabilities and any of thousands of Alexa Skills are available for integration into said devices.
Five APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories Currency, Transportation, and Location. Highlights include an API for cannabis data retrieval and an API for locating application users down to the geocoordinates. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Franco-Dutch airline carrier Air France-KLM recently unveiled a new API that will power an online freight-booking tool. The API is the latest result of a three-year process to modernize the carriers’ legacy system, some of which date back to the 1980s. Related: How the USDS is
Six APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Blockchain, Printing, B2B, and Transportation. Highlights include the BlockMarkets API which retrieves data about current and historical cryptocurrency. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
In 2016 Google released Quick, Draw!, a digital version of Pictionary that uses machine learning to guess what users are drawing in their browser. Google is now providing the entire data set behind this algorithm as an open source API, allowing developers to research the way people draw.
Amazon has largely rewritten its AWS SDK for Java. Although it is a rewrite from 1.11.x, Amazon used the same JVM so that developers don't have to migrate an entire product over to 2.x. Amazon focused on consistency, immutability, and ease of use in the rewrite. 2.x includes many requested features.
Cashplus continues to add to its Fintech API suite. Most recently, the company released its Payments API. The API enables small and medium sized business to initiate, approve, reject and submit payments from third party applications. The API can process thousands of transactions simultaneously.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Cryptocurrency, Email, and Marketing. Highlights include some APIs for Capital One, an API for the Pine feed reader, and the ORY Oathkeeper API for authentication. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
BlockMarkets, provider of cryptocurrency market data, has announced a new API that will provide access to both real-time and historical cryptocurrency pricing. The company’s data set features over 500 assets in total, including leading cryptocurrencies, exchanges, and real-time USD spot rates.
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things, Payments and Crowdsourcing. Highlights include an API that returns localized information such as city, currency, language and Risk Assessment Data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Microsoft has released a development kit for blockchain. The initial release extends the features of its Azure Blockchain Workbench and blockchain developer templates. It focuses on connecting interfaces, integrating data and systems, and deploying smart contracts and blockchain networks.
ZeroBounce, provider of email verification services, has announced the addition of a new API for bulk email validation. The new API is designed for users with frequent email validation needs, that would prefer to automate the entire process.
Tisane Labs has introduced an API to detect and classify abusive text content. The AI-powered service identifies such speech across 27 languages. Not only can the service pinpoint specific words, it can classify the type of abusive content for labeling, moderation, and prevention.
Zype has announced the release of video analytics APIs that allow users to create custom views around video stream hours, impressions, and devices used. The APIs aim to further the company’s vision of connecting content owners directly with their audiences.
Bitvore's Precision News artificial intelligence technology can scour unstructured data across news sources throughout the world. It can deliver information on material changes and metrics that analysts can use in decision making. Now, the AI can be integrated with third party applications.
Google's capabilities project looks to increase the interoperability of web and native apps. Typical local capabilities like file system access and idle detection are expected at the local level but don't translate well to the web. The Writable Files API is one aspect of the project.