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Everywhere you look, you'll find old business processes that have been in place for decades. When many of these processes went online, chances are they were reproduced, step-for-step, electronically. No one bothered to think differently about those steps. Jetty is example of one company that did.
The long awaited Airbnb API is officially here. While Airbnb has publicly announced its official API, the API is not completely open to the public. Those interested must apply from access. Public documentation is not currently available. The focus of the initial API launch is the supply side.
Finding an apartment in San Francisco’s notoriously competitive rental market is a challenge. The author of this tutorial created a mashup of the Slackbot API with maps and a Craigslist scraper to help him identify apartments that match his criteria as soon as they become available.
RentPath has released an API that enables ReviewPush customers to access ratings and reviews for reporting purposes.
Landlord Secure provides an API that allows developers to add programmatic tenant tracking to their Web systems.
Apartment Guide has just announced a new partnership with Reputation.com in conjunction with the release of their Review API. The API enables Reputation.com to aggregate Apartment Guide's 190,000 Resident Ratings & Reviews for analysis and reporting purposes.
BlockAvenue, location-based analytics company, has announced the release of its first BlockAvenue API. The API gives developers access to BlockAvenue's data (e.g. BlockScores, block reviews, neighborhood reviews, counts, etc.). BlockAvenue provides geolocation data on most neighborhoods across the US, often down to the block level. Its database grows everyday and BlockAvenue expects the API to push BlockAvenue towards its ultimate goal.