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Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Social, Boating, Security, and Financial. Highlights include the most recent version of the Facebook Graph API and an API for sentiment analysis in text. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Although there is plenty of negative news about how social media is invading our privacy and affecting our society as a whole, it appears popularity hasn't waned. In this article we present the ten most popular Social APIs as determined by website traffic on ProgrammableWeb.
Twitter recently informed its developer community of updates to its API v2, including new resources intended to support conversation reply settings, a new feature that allows users to specify who can reply to their Tweets. These updates are meant to help those tracking public conversations.
DataStax, a data management company, has announced that its Stargate open-source API framework has moved into general availability. Stargate was initially announced in the summer of 2020 and is intended to integrate data request coordination code with an API platform for simplified data management.
MuleSoft has announced a new solution that is built on top of its existing Anypoint Platform and aims to allow non-developer employees to participate more directly in building what the company sees as the future of enterprise integration. MuleSoft Composer offers a no-code integration environment.
Ayrshare, the social media API platform, recently announced the public launch of the Ayrshare Application Programming Interface, or API, to automate social media posting. The API addresses the needs of companies and platforms that programmatically post content to multiple social media networks.
Facebook has announced the release of Graph API v9.0 and Marketing API v9.0. These updates included several changes that require developer action in order to ensure that production applications are not interrupted. Additional updates include adjustments to Instagram Follower count metrics.
While gRPC brings a lot of power to enterprise-level distributed computing, it's not an easy technology to implement. Fortunately, there are projects that provide the necessary framework to do this. This article focuses on a detailed examination of the Node.js implementation of gRPC.
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Social, Data Mining and Graphics. Highlights include an API which provides DigitaltMuseum collection data in Norway and Sweden and an API to retrieve postal codes globally. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
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.
Google has released an alpha version of Jetpack Compose. It’s a modern UI toolkit that helps developers build apps across Android platforms. It provides native access to platform APIs. Ultimately, the goal is less code, more interactive tools, and Kotlin APIs. V1.0 is expected in 2021.
Twitter is moving the Hide Replies API endpoint out of Twitter Developer Labs, the company’s testing ground for emerging developer services, and into general availability. Using the API developers are able to build applications that help people hide or unhide replies to their Tweets.
Reddit announced upcoming changes to its API reporting. Starting September 21, free form reports will not be allowed from communities that have not chosen to allow such reports from users. Currently, developers can disallow custom reports, but that doesn't restrict third party clients from doing so.
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Human Resources, Validation, and Coronavirus. Highlights include new versions of Facebook APIs, an API that measures emotions, and an API for survey data standards. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Less than a day removed from a security breach that led to several high profile Twitter accounts being hacked, Twitter is delaying the launch of an all-new API. The new Twitter API is intended to provide developers with a robust feature set and an easy path to advanced data access.
IBM has introduced OpenAPI Comment Parser. The new offering brings API reference creation and code development into the same environment. The theory is that API references will improve, and stay updated, if developers don’t have to bounce back and forth between their code and the API reference.
Facebook just announced v8.0 of its Graph and Marketing APIs. Per usual, the new releases include some breaking changes, feature updates, and deprecations. The company is pointing developers to the Platform Initiatives Hub to stay up to date with all company plans and programs.
Cloudflare announced Cloudflare Workers Unbound. Workers Unbound is a serverless platform for developers with a specific focus on flexibility, performance, security, ease of use, and pricing. Users can run complicated workloads across the Cloudflare network and pay only for what's used.
Echosec Systems has launched an API, providing direct access to previously unavailable data feeds from fringe social, deep, and dark web sources. The Platform API was developed to meet intelligence community requirements for streamlined access to raw data from these less-regulated sources.
Since introduction, Visual Studio Code, often called simply "VS Code", has quickly moved to the top of editor choices by programmers. It's easily one of the most configurable, developer-friendly editors available. Even though it's created by Microsoft, Linux and Mac users have embraced it as well.