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This article is part of a multi-part series about Most Clicked, Shared and Talked About APIs that were added to our directory during 2019. These featured Lifestyle and Education APIs were chosen by our researchers, by popularity according to website traffic, and by mentions on social media.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in the Science, Cryptocurrency, and Financial categories, among others. Highlights include the Chooch object and facial recognition API and the Dataverse API for research data access. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
It's a fact: scientists and researchers that work in physical science, Earth science, life science, computer science and any other scientific discipline have benefited from Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs. This article highlights the top Science APIs in the ProgrammableWeb directory.
Seventeen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Science, Web Site Management, and Cryptocurrency. Highlights include the Pinball Map API for locating pinball machines and the Hunter API for discovering email addresses. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
LabTwin recently announced that a new open API will enhance its offering by providing deeper integration and streamlined communication. These upgrades aim to reduce data fragmentation that is caused by information being spread across different tools and platforms.
Sixteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Payments, Entertainment, Feedback and Writing. Highlights include an API that returns readability scores and an API for software team chat features. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Databases, Blockchain and Marketing. Also new to the directory is an API for the Open Science Framework, which allows programmatic access to open source scientific research. Here's a look at the new additions.
Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Accounting, Banking, Mapping and Annotations. Highlights today include the Hypothes.is API for accessing a platform that aims to annotate the web, plus two Science APIs. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
We've added 3 APIs to the directory today in the Contacts, Payments, and Search categories as well as client libraries for RingCaptcha authentication services and eBay.
We've added 6 APIs to the directory today in Jobs, Customer Service, and Notifications categories, among others. Also new are several SDKs for use with the GitLab API.
GitHub has announced support for Jupyter, including Jupyter notebook rendering and the ability for Jupyter users to leverage GitHub collaborative features.
Six APIs were added to the directory today in the Wearable, Payments, and Science categories, among others. Also added were several ProfitBricks SDKs. Here are the highlights.
Sandia National Laboratories has released the Power API, which aims to standardize measurement and control of energy in high-performance computing systems.
Lytro, creator of an innovative photography technology, has unveiled its first development kit that promising photographers the ability to create perfect photos with ease.
STAT!Ref's API lets developers include a search bar on their applications that gives users access to a wide range of medical information.
The Transcriptic Platform, a "programmable, robotic biology lab built around open standards," lets customers programmatically define and execute experimental protocols.
Every year, Americans spend more than $3 trillion on healthcare, a figure that is projected to rise to $5 trillion in the next decade. With healthcare spending approaching 20% of the U.S. GDP, a huge effort is underway to control costs. Not surprisingly, many believe that technology has a key role to play in increasing efficiency and reducing unnecessary expenditures, and significant investments in technology are creating opportunities for healthcare technology businesses.
A trend is starting to emerge: Advanced technologies are being made available first as cloud services that organizations can invoke easily via an API, rather than having to figure out how to deploy and master themselves. The latest example of that trend is a cloud service from AlchemyAPI that takes advantage of machine learning and computer vision technologies to allow publishers and providers of ad networks to more easily monetize content.