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ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2016: Entertainment, Lifestyle, and Education API University
This article is part of a 10-part series about interesting APIs that were added to our directory during 2016. Entertainment and Education 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.
Google recently debuted the Web Share API, a simple coding tool that allows websites to bank on the sharing capabilities baked into the host platform, such as Android. The idea here is to give users more control over when and where their data is shared between the Web and mobile apps.
Researcher Lukasz Olejnik has published several blog posts raising privacy concerns regarding W3C API specification drafts including Vibration API, Ambient Light Sensor API, Proximity Sensor API, and Web Bluetooth API. A malicious attacker may be able to use these browser APIs for fingerprinting.
As Apple Music continues to grow, the Apple Music API is allowing developers to add music features to their iOS apps to improve the user experience. This tutorial shows followers how to build a real-time radio station application to begin broadcasting tracks and receiving user feedback.
Google recently announced version 4 of its Safe Browsing API. The API has already been in production via the Safe Browsing client on Android since December and it specifically focuses on issues associated with mobile browsing. With the new version, Google will deprecate versions 2 and 3.
The latest beta release of Chrome includes support for W3C's Credential Management API. The API allows developers to store and sync sign-in information with a browser's credential manager. Chrome support and integration should cut down on the number of sign-ins required by a user while browsing.
Spotify’s music streaming service provides ‘music for everyone’ in a way that has spawned dozens of related applications through Spotify API integration. In this tutorial, Jon Kaufman shows followers how to authenticate to Spotify’s web API from a React and React-Router app.
We've added six APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Music, Notifications, and Sports. Also new to the directory are SDKs for Quip document creation service, Resputate reputation service, and Mondo online bank. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
According to software engineer Stein Magnus Jodal, the developer behind the open-source music server, Mopidy, online music streaming company Spotify poorly managed its libspotify SDK and APIs, resulting in broken hardware and software applications that relied on the Spotify platform.
Five APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Business, Music, and Religion, among others. Highlights include the Soundiiz music API. Also new to the directory are several Node.js frameworks. Here, we summarize the new additions and how they can assist developers.
We've added seven APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Recognition, Browsers, and Invoicing. Here's a summary of what is new.
Mozilla announced a number of add-on development tools for its Firefox browser. Among the announcements, the WebExtension API simplifies cross-browser extension development.
NTT Communications has released an industry first speech-recognition API compatible across browsers. The API is available on SkyWay, NTT's WebRTC platform.
Pixel Labs leveraged three web platform features of Microsoft Edge to create Flight Arcade, a realistic, browser-based flying experience inspired by the original Flight Simulator.
Five APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Bots, Education, Music, Printing and Email categories. Here is a quick summary of what is new in the directory.
Developers at Mozilla, Google, Microsoft and Apple are working on a binary format that could change the way applications are developed and delivered on the Web.
Genius has announced the release of its first public API which allows developers to incorporate the platform’s annotation functionality into websites and third-party applications.