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ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2017: Application Development and DevOps API University Sync NinjaAerospike

This article is part of a multi-part series about interesting APIs that were added to our directory during 2017. App Development Tools and DevOps 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.

Salesforce Announces v2 of its Bulk API

Salesforce has simplified its Bulk API. A Bulk transfer job in v2 reduces the number of steps required by the user. Because Salesforce is handling batching in v2, the API user no longer has to break data into batches for upload. Salesforce also introduced new features and simplified limits.

Daily API RoundUp: DBS Bank, AWS, Veem Prism.ioLob International Verifications

Twenty-one APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Payments, Banking, Cloud, Mail, and Blockchain. Highlights include several banking APIs from Singabore-based DBS Bank, and the AWS Cost Explorer API. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.

Xillio Announces Content Integration API Xillio

Xillio has been providing content migration and integration services since 2004. Now, the company has announced an API that aims to serve developers as the unified interface between content repositories and apps. Instead of learning each repository's API, the Xillio API provides the connection.

Oracle Announces Blockchain Cloud Service

Oracle has expanded its Oracle Cloud Platform to include blockchain services. The Blockchain Cloud Service allows users to leverage Blockchain technology to share data and conduct transactions. Adding Blockchain services to third party apps is simple through Oracle APIs and SDKs.

Dropbox API v1 Officially Retired Dropbox

After a year plus deprecation period and one extension to the official cutoff date, Dropbox has officially retired the Dropbox API v1. v2 has been live for quite some time and Dropbox has been promoting its consistency, simplicity, and scalability to entice developers to move to the new platform.