The Latest News On The API Economy
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Facebook’s latest update for the Marketing and Graph APIs, V10.0, includes Data Use Checkup certification updates, new Groups API data limits, and new access levels for business applications. Additionally, the company posted important deprecation reminders.
Instagram has launched an API endpoint that allows developers to integrate publishing functionality with third-party applications. The Instagram Content Publishing API is intended to meet the demand of businesses that are increasingly working with a publishing cadence that is finely orchestrated.
Esri has announced the release of a PaaS offering that is intended to provide developers with deeper integration capabilities with the company’s location intelligence services. The ArcGIS Platform supports integration via fully supported APIs and SDKs, or third-party open-source API integrations.
When Twitter announced the launch of V2 of the Twitter API, the company highlighted the importance of providing elevated access pathways for developers that qualify based on the intended use. Today the company has announced a new tailored product track intended for use by academic researchers.
Facebook has announced the release of version 9.0 of the company’s platform SDK and is notifying developers that failure to update integrations to this latest version may result in breaking changes. Additionally, all previous versions are now facing looming deprecation.
The UK’s national mapping agency Ordnance Survey has released a suite of APIs that provide direct and immediate access to OS's most detailed and trusted location data. Over 5,500 public sector organizations now have access as part of the Geospatial Commission’s Public Sector Geospatial Agreement.
Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Social, Boating, Security, and Financial. Highlights include the most recent version of the Facebook Graph API and an API for sentiment analysis in text. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Although there is plenty of negative news about how social media is invading our privacy and affecting our society as a whole, it appears popularity hasn't waned. In this article we present the ten most popular Social APIs as determined by website traffic on ProgrammableWeb.
Twitter recently informed its developer community of updates to its API v2, including new resources intended to support conversation reply settings, a new feature that allows users to specify who can reply to their Tweets. These updates are meant to help those tracking public conversations.
Seven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Mapping, Text, Mapping, and Games. Highlights include an API that offers data about gaming giveaways and an API for adding polls to applications or websites. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Ayrshare, the social media API platform, recently announced the public launch of the Ayrshare Application Programming Interface, or API, to automate social media posting. The API addresses the needs of companies and platforms that programmatically post content to multiple social media networks.
Facebook has announced the release of Graph API v9.0 and Marketing API v9.0. These updates included several changes that require developer action in order to ensure that production applications are not interrupted. Additional updates include adjustments to Instagram Follower count metrics.
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Social, Data Mining and Graphics. Highlights include an API which provides DigitaltMuseum collection data in Norway and Sweden and an API to retrieve postal codes globally. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Twitter is moving the Hide Replies API endpoint out of Twitter Developer Labs, the company’s testing ground for emerging developer services, and into general availability. Using the API developers are able to build applications that help people hide or unhide replies to their Tweets.
Reddit announced upcoming changes to its API reporting. Starting September 21, free form reports will not be allowed from communities that have not chosen to allow such reports from users. Currently, developers can disallow custom reports, but that doesn't restrict third party clients from doing so.
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Human Resources, Validation, and Coronavirus. Highlights include new versions of Facebook APIs, an API that measures emotions, and an API for survey data standards. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Less than a day removed from a security breach that led to several high profile Twitter accounts being hacked, Twitter is delaying the launch of an all-new API. The new Twitter API is intended to provide developers with a robust feature set and an easy path to advanced data access.
Planet, an Earth-imaging API provider, has introduced a new Developer Trial Program. The program allows developers to use Planet’s suite of APIs before signing up and paying for production use. Trial users receive an actual API key that allows real requests and receives real data.
Facebook just announced v8.0 of its Graph and Marketing APIs. Per usual, the new releases include some breaking changes, feature updates, and deprecations. The company is pointing developers to the Platform Initiatives Hub to stay up to date with all company plans and programs.
Echosec Systems has launched an API, providing direct access to previously unavailable data feeds from fringe social, deep, and dark web sources. The Platform API was developed to meet intelligence community requirements for streamlined access to raw data from these less-regulated sources.