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Movies, sports, TV, music, events, games, and pets are just a few options humans can turn to in order to keep themselves entertained. Developers looking to create entertainment applications should check out the top ten Entertainment APIs based on recent traffic to the ProgrammableWeb API directory.
Eighteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Data, Blockchain, and Voice. Highlights include the Lyrebird API which allows developers to integrate a user's artificial voice into an application. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Retrieving data about films, TV shows, and movie related details can be easy with Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). Developers looking to create applications for film buffs should check out this list of ten most popular APIs listed in ProgrammableWeb's Movies category.
Seventeen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Payments, Artificial Intelligence, Demographics, Movies, and Monitoring. Highlights include the Windows Defender ATP API and a GraphQL API for GitLab. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and data go hand-in-hand. No wonder the Database category on ProgrammableWeb is such a popular place to visit. In this article, we highlight the most visited API profiles in that category, including APIs for access to food, barcodes, and movie databases.
For this installment of the Most Interesting API series, we focus on APIs added to our directory in categories including Sports, Music, Games, News Services, Video, Gambling, eSports, Emoji, Comics, Animation, Memes & Gifs, Photography, Books, Poetry, and Podcasts. Have a look at what our list below
Seventeen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Banking, Cryptocurrency and Mapping. Featured are APIs from FollowAnalytics for mobile app engagement services, and APIs from PelicanPay for compliant banking. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
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.
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.
Google has added semantic time support to the time fencing feature of its Awareness API. Prior to semantic time support, time fencing was limited to absolute/canonical time (e.g. 10:00 AM). Semantic time enables the use of more natural time refererences (e.g. after sunset, the weekend, etc.)
Ninteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Weather, Email, and News. Highlights include an API that provides access to data from the Ethiopian Movie Database, and APIs for Microsoft Office 365 integration. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
This article is part of a 10-part series about interesting APIs that were added to our directory during 2016. Entertainment and Education APIs are covered in this segment. The APIs were chosen by our researchers, by popularity according to website traffic, and by mentions on social media.
Six APIs have been added to the directory in categories such as Search and Animation. Also added: a Node.js library for WealthEngine API, which can determine a person’s net worth.
Six APIs have been added to ProgrammableWeb's Directory in categories such as Security, Authentication, and Food. Also highlighted: some Star Wars-themed APIs.
Senzari announced the upcoming release of MovieGraph, a new platform that allows developers to add a Netflix-like recommendation experience to applications.
Scratch, an online learning tool that teaches kids how to code, has provided a new version of its API that gives developers access to its data and some new features.
If you rent games or movies, and you live in the United States or Canada, you probably know Redbox: those red vending-machine-type boxes where you can rent videos and games, any time of the day or night. What you may not know is that the Redbox API gives you access to its database.
The Fareclock REST API, returning data in JSON, available on its pro service only, allows you to integrate this time clock into other applications. We previously wrote about the implications of how crowded the face recognition space is with 38 APIs in our directory, suggesting among other things that it isn't clear how so many companies offering the technology will maintain an edge and survive. But Fareclock represents a different breed of business design: use facial recognition to create an app, in this case a time clock that employees can punch, that in turn can be used via an API.
Growing up, summertime always meant movies. While this summer has seen a spectacular run of flops, there are still good movies to watch in the theaters not to mention the choices avilable through streaming or on demand. Rotten Tomatoes has always been a handy option for finding out the latest news and reviews on movies. This week we'll take a look recent mashups that all make use of the Rotten Tomatoes API. Read below for more details.