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Last year, Yelp introduced its completely new Yelp Fusion API. Since its introduction, Yelp has dedicated most of its resources on the new API, and encouraged developers to migrate to Fusion. Over that time period, Yelp has added new features, fixed bugs, and now signals the end of the legacy API.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Finance, Data Mining, and Artificial Intelligence. Highlights today include an API for automobile diagnostics and an API from NCI for cancer research clinical trials. Here's a look at what is new.
TrueLayer has launched an API that allows developers to connect apps with customer account data from banks and credit cards across the UK. TrueLayer developed the API with the intent to create a platform where data is synced across apps and any integrated app can send payments or make purchases.
Many of Intuit’s APIs have been going a couple of years but their success has turned heads. Mark Boyd over at Vision Mobile sat down with Intuit’s Ketan Kittur, director of project management and partnership integrations, to understand how the company makes sure its third party devs are successful.
Twenty One APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Games, Advertising, Financial and Spam. Highlights today include APIs for locating cell towers, integrating chat for customer service, and querying financial information of businesses and individuals.
Dwolla has launched a number of services and APIs in the recent past in an attempt to achieve its goal of "building the ideal API to move money." In an attempt to streamline its various services, Dwolla has repositioned its Access API to act as the umbrella to house all of its payment services.
Snapchat recently opened up its long-awaited API to creative agencies and ad tech companies. Top players in the ad industry are already jumping on the bandwagon and these early birds are getting plenty of attention, writes Lauren Johnson over at Adweek.
Like many dev teams these days, the team at Buffer is working toward building a more service-oriented architecture. As part of this, the team has built a special service to keep track of how many times links have been embedded in Buffer posts.
This article is part of a 10-part series about interesting APIs that were added to our directory during 2016. Finance and Banking 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.
The Second Payment Services Directive or PSD2 comes into effect January 13, 2018. This open banking initiative will no doubt be a game changer in Europe and really for any retail bank or fintech that wishes to work with Europe. Today we’ll give you an overview of what exactly PSD2 is. Then
Wipro announced the launch of a new Open Banking API. As the Open Banking concept grows across the globe, Wipro has launched the API to enable financial institutions to create developer communities around specific institutions. Further, the API will allow developers to adjust to new regulations.
Earlier this year, Google requested map data from the Korean government. In response, Korean tech companies Naver and Kakao have increased free limits to their respective maps APIs beyond what Google offers. The government is expected to respond next month but the competition has already started.
Google has introduced a Web Share API developers can use to enable sharing capabilities on sites. The API allows users to control how and where data is shared by enabling websites to call on the host platform’s native sharing capabilities. The API can only be used on websites with a secure origin.
For decades client information related to bank accounts was kept confidential to third parties. It was hard for third parties to get this information in a trusted and verified way. This article looks at the main types of data accessible via banking APIs and their current and potential use cases.
Facebook launched v2.8 of its Graph API. Highlights include Custom Open Graph and the Marketing API updates. Facebook will deliver more Common Open Graph action types to relieve developers from having to create custom graph actions and objects. Marketing API updates give advertisers more control.
Mastercard has launched a new platform for developers that features 25 commerce APIs providing a wide range of capabilities across payments, data services, and security. Some of these APIs are experimental and can be used to test new cutting-edge technologies and applications.
In preparation for this month's change to Automated Clearing House rules, Dwolla is updating its white label API to allow customers to opt-in (on a transaction by transaction basis) to an ACH option that specifies how a transaction should settle on the same day (provided other conditions are met).
Finicity recently announced the release of its new ACH Account Verification API. The service enables payment and investment app developers to verify account details required to initiate inbound ACH account transfers.
Yelp continued its barrage of developer news today. The company's latest announcements include a completely redone developer program and the Yelp Fusion API that will replace Yelp's existing API over time. New API features include more pictures, content caching, autocomplete and more.
Algorithmic trading can be an effective, systematic way to manage and allocate risk across any number of markets. With the use of APIs such as FXCM's Trading API, programmers can set up algorithmic trading systems that help remove the potential for human error while completing trades automatically.