The Latest News On The API Economy
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New technology and transportation applications have transformed the way commuters, delivery services, fleet operators, and travelers get places. Driving these applications are Transportation APIs, and developers can find hundreds of them in the ProgrammableWeb directory. Here are some highlights.
Looking to build a travel application? ProgrammableWeb provides over 550 APIs to enable developers to create and enhance applications for travel. Here we list the more popular APIs listed in the Travel category of the ProgrammableWeb directory, including Expedia, Concur, and Amadeus.
The ProgrammableWeb directory's Search category contains more than 2000 APIs for adding search technology and functions to websites and applications. Here we filter through popular user favorites and highlight those that developers may find useful for enhancing applications.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Travel, Referrals, Lyrics, and Books. Highlights include a geofencing API from TomTom, an API for blockchain news aggregation, and an API for bird data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Eighteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Healthcare, Banking and Gambling. Highlights include the Google Docs API, which is now open to developers, and Nordic API Gateway for accessing all Nordic banks. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Google has open sourced its Cloud Search Connector SDK. The goal is to ease the search of third-party content and identities within a company. Google originally partnered with around 50 partners around the world to build third-party connectivity for Cloud Search and has now opened up a public SDK.
This article is part of a multi-part series about Most Clicked, Shared and Talked About APIs that were added to our directory during 2018. are covered here. These Lifestyle and Education APIs were chosen by our researchers, by popularity according to website traffic, and by mentions on social media.
Bing has announced the addition of the Bing Maps Local Insights API, this news comes just 6 days after the release of the related Bing Maps Local Search API. Both new offerings provide developers with tools for building applications and integrations that solve problems close to home for many users.
Algolia has added a personalization feature to its search results platform and API. Personalization collects data based on user behavior and allows the developer/owner to define how such data is used. The data and definition then empower Algolia to automatically produce relevant search results.
Arrivdeo has introduced an API that hopes to make hotels better hosts. With the Arrivdeo API, hotels can deliver local guides and content through various points of contact (e.g. apps, emails, websites, staff training, etc.). Arrivdeo includes personalized neighborhood guides for over 250 cities.
Earlier this week Google announced new tools that aim to make it easier for content providers to share when they are streaming live video. The announcement includes the addition of an update to the Indexing API and the addition of structured data for livestreams.
Carroll Publishing, a government contact data-delivery service, recently published the GovSearch API, exposing the company’s directory of over 260K government contacts. The database includes contacts from over 40,000 government agencies.
Google announced the release of the Google My Business API v4.3 with new functionality such as the ability to read and respond to questions and answers from customers, bulk-read reviews, see unclaimed locations that Google thinks you may own, report issues with GoogleLocations results and more.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) has announced the release of their KrisConnect Programme, which aims to enhance the overall customer experience by making resources more readily available. The company’s APIs offer partners a range of functionality.
Google has announced the release of the Google My Business API version 4.2 containing new endpoints that will let third-party partners create end-to-end onboarding experiences for their merchants on their own platforms. Google My Business offers merchants the ability to create business listings.
Travel marketplace TravelgateX has launched HotelX, a hotel accommodation aggregation and booking API. Using the API, third-party applications can allow their users to search for available hotel accommodations, obtain price quotes and reservation terms, and complete and manage bookings.
Airbnb has announced a number of updates related to its API. For developers of software that allows Airbnb hosts to create and manage their Airbnb listings, there is a new feature that makes it easier to merge existing listings and sync settings, as well as a new dashboard and test sandbox.
Microsoft has added waypoint optimization to the Bing Maps Routing API, which allows developers to create routes between driving locations. The API is ideal for delivery and transportation businesses, and the route optimization functionality is intended to address the traveling salesman problem.
Google has updated its Search Console Search Analytics API, which allows users to query their search traffic data, to support the retrieval of 25,000 rows of data per request, up from a previous limit of 5,000 rows per request. In addition, Google has added 16 months of data to the API.
Eighteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Insurance, Calendars, and Search. Highlights include the Google Search Indexing API and the BabbleLabs Clear Cloud API for speech and audio enhancement. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.