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PriceAdvantage, a company that provides fuel price analytic services, has announced a new API that will allow fuel retailers to streamline integration with the platform. The company is hoping that the API will simplify the process of importing and exporting pricing data.
Email Industries has announced a new set of products for email deliverability and compliance. These new services are aimed at helping email service providers and their customers. Alfred knows, is an email verification tool that will work in tandem with BlackBox, the company’s email compliance tool.
GameAnalytics has announced a new Metrics API that the company intends to simplify the extraction of game data for use in the development of customized portfolio views. This is especially useful for publishers that are managing a large collection of games.
VisualCamp has launched its "SeeSo" website on April 13, a mobile eye tracking and gaze analytic SDK that allows developers to know where users are looking and their concentration. SeeSo website is an SDK management all-in-one platform for app developers.
Display & Video 360 is Google’s consolidated marketing platform that helps marketers manage their campaigns across display, video, TV, audio, etc. The platform is designed to increase productivity in collaborative environments and simplify marketing data visualization through consolidation.
The latest Go API release includes support for protocol buffers: Google's language-neutral and platform-neutral data interchange format. Although protocol buffer bindings were originally rolled out years ago, Go and protocol buffers have both evolved, and the need for a rebuild arrived.
From the DC Area API Meetup, Accrue Ltd. CEO Benoit Brookens III discusses the concept of alternative data and how it can be used to improve predictive analysis. In his presentation, Brookens looks back at typhoons rated as 8 or higher and correlates their timing to movement in financial markets.
ProgrammableWeb's most popular articles according to our Twitter followers include our guide for developer portals and most popular APIs. Find out what other API news, analysis and how-to articles the Twitterverse found interesting enough to click on in this round up of articles from 2019.
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including eCommerce, Testing, and Email. Highlights include an API that returns rental car information for travel applications, and an API that aggregates brand and product reviews and ratings. Here's a look at what is new.
This segment of the Most Interesting APIs in 2019 includes all APIs encompassing Business and Productivity that made our list. We focus on APIs that streamline and improve business processes, and new technology that can be integrated that may transform how a company or organization does business.
This portion of our series about the Most Interesting APIs in 2019 includes APIs developers could utilize for data manipulation purposes, such as accessing data, extracting data from web sources, creating reports and visualizations, database administration, linking data in apps, and more.
For years, REST has been the de facto standard for providers when deciding how to design their API. One alternative to REST is gRPC, an open-source remote procedure call framework that runs on the HTTP/2 protocol. Here we look at the advantages offered by gRPC and what use cases it is suited for.
Email is probably one of the most important channels explored by marketing managers. Done right, email marketing can have an ROI of 3400%. Bad email lists keep many companies from seeing these results. This article looks at how email verification tools can help companies achieve desired results.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Cryptocurrency, Security, and Banking. Highlights include an API from Humana for managing healthcare data plus Mercury banking API aimed at startups. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Twilio SendGrid's Email Validation API is now publicly available. The API validates email addresses by searching in real-time for errors such as typos, inactive, non-existent, disposable and shared mailboxes. Further, the API checks for proper syntax, DNS records, disposable domains, and more.
MeasureOne, provider of an academic data API and accompanying analytic products, has announced a new developer platform. The new platform provides developers access to academic data that has already been extracted and standardized from transcripts that are often inconsistent in their original form.
Successful enterprises rely on the latest technology to drive business operations, intelligence, and efficiency. APIs are the driving force of business application development. In this article, we highlight twelve top business APIs, chosen by popularity from the visitors of ProgrammableWeb.
Amazon has announced the general availability of AWS Lake Formation. Lake Formation is a managed service that eases developers' ability to build, secure, and manage data lakes. Amazon achieves its goal through automation of functions such as collecting, cleaning, cataloging and securing data.
Facebook is once again under fire in the press after the Wall Street Journal published a report detailing how a number of popular apps are sharing data with the social network's analytics platform through its SDK. In some cases, sensitive health data related to health was being shared.
Mandrill, a Mailchimp add-on, announced an outage early this week. The company reported that users could send emails, but could not receive emails. Additionally, users experienced errors when using webhooks and scheduled mailings. On February 5th, the company reported that it had resolved the issue.