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Instagram's legacy API platform will deprecate on March 2, 2020. The features which Facebook will keep alive will be accessed through the Facebook Graph API. With the many privacy concerns Facebook has faced in the past few years, privacy is a major concern of the transition.
There is nothing funny about Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs, usually, but we've rounded up a few to chuckle over. Developers wanting to add some big laughs to their applications can start with this list of the top ten APIs from ProgrammableWeb's Humor category.
Square continued its move beyond payments into ecommerce in general by announcing its Orders API. The Orders API allows developers to build solutions that allow customers to place orders online, in-person, and in-app. Orders can be sent to other Square products or centralized POS systems.
Recent technology backed by machine learning is making it possible to recognize people and objects from images, videos, sounds, body parts, speech, phrases, characters, even typing. Developers can find over two-hundred APIs for Recognition on ProgrammableWeb. Here are some top choices.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Blockchain, Auto, and Video. Highlights an API for getting data about the FARA act, an API for astonomy events as they relate to positions on Earth, and new eBay APIs. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
"APIs are first class-products at eBay," Gail Frederick, eBay Vice President of Developer Ecosystem, commented in a recent news story. In support of this statement, eBay this week announced numerous API enhancements and brand new APIs with the intent of empowering developers.
In an effort to meet the needs of businesses that are serving customers across multiple digital channels, Adobe announced the launch of a headless commerce capability for its Commerce Cloud platform which provides core APIs that can be used to develop experiences for different digital touchpoints.
Shopify wraps up its annual developer conference today. The story of the week has been new and updated APIs. Shopify announced and introduced more than 11 new and updated APIs throughout the conference. The focus was on everything from international stores, to nuanced fulfillment control.
Roughly half a year after Amazon first announced API access to the machine learning technology that drives its own Amazon.com retail business, the AWS team has made Amazon Personalize generally available. In its first release, the API is open to AWS customers in the US, APAC, and EU.
Don't let the name fool you: VoiceSell will not sell your voice data to third-party entities. In fact, quite the opposite. The company, which emerged from stealth today, offers e-commerce vendors a secure way to add voice support to their web sites. The idea is to improve accessibility and security.
The Shutterstock API has been used by over 10,000 developers. The company includes names like Google, Facebook, and IBM in its list of developer partners. To offer these partners an additional revenue stream through the Shutterstock API, Shutterstock has launched self-serve API subscription plans.
While brick-and-mortar shopping is not dead, it certainly isn't surviving without it's eCommerce counterparts. Powering eCommerce technology are Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs. Here, we take a look at some notable eCommerce APIs that can be found in the ProgrammableWeb directory.
Seventeen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Banking, eCommerce and Jobs. Highlights include the Tradenity API for creating eCommerce applications, Taskware API for task management, and an API that retrieves lottery numbers. Here's a look at what is new.
Twenty-three APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including eCommerce, Automation and Identity. Highlights include an API for Smartlook screen recording and user analytics platform, and an API for SpiderOak secure data collaboration tools. Here's look at what's new.
Salesforce has announced a set of upgrades to Commerce Cloud, the company’s cloud-based commerce solution that provides tools for building unified buying experiences across all customer touchpoints. These new tools are headlined by AI-enhanced APIs that help to encourage user engagement.
Canon Europe announces the release of its new camera API package, offering a range of resources to developers. The combined EOS Digital SDK and all-new Camera Control API (CCAPI) create unique opportunities for developers and software engineers to take advantage of select Canon cameras and lenses.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including File Sharing, Humor, and Travel. Highlights include an API for detecting sentiment and sarcasm in text, and an API for determining language about travel from search queries. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
ProgrammableWeb's Most Clicked, Shared and Talked About APIs of 2018: eCommerce, Marketing, and Social Media
This segment of the past year's APIs focuses on eCommerce, Marketing and Social Media. Sub categories covered here include Advertising, Content, Printing, Products, Catalogs, Subscription, Taxes, Feedback, Auctions, Shipping, Ratings, Personalization, SEO, Engagement and others.
For this installment of the Most Interesting API series, we focus on APIs added to our directory in categories including Sports, Music, Games, News Services, Video, Gambling, eSports, Emoji, Comics, Animation, Memes & Gifs, Photography, Books, Poetry, and Podcasts. Have a look at what our list below
In January 2019, Google is deprecating its Picasa Web Albums Data API and disabling all associated OAuth scopes. Any existing applications using the API will continue to work until that time. In March 2019, the Picasa Web Albums API will be turned off at which point all calls will fail.