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Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including eCommerce, Music, and Games. Highlights today include the GetBadges API for gamification servicesand the Linkfire API for deeplinking apps to music retailers. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Ninteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Weather, Email, and News. Highlights include an API that provides access to data from the Ethiopian Movie Database, and APIs for Microsoft Office 365 integration. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
The latest Star Wars premiere is here. Extend your Star Wars high with a visit to the Star Wars Graph, built upon the Star Wars API (SWAPI). SWAPI pulls data from Wookieepedia (the Star Wars encyclopedia) and includes vast amounts of Star Wars-related data (e.g. characters, movies, starships, etc.).
Six APIs have been added to ProgrammableWeb's Directory in categories such as Security, Authentication, and Food. Also highlighted: some Star Wars-themed APIs.
Senzari announced the upcoming release of MovieGraph, a new platform that allows developers to add a Netflix-like recommendation experience to applications.
API management platform 3scale has released a new ebook targeting business leaders looking to understand the commercial advantage of an API business strategy.
Every once in awhile we stumble across an API that is “watercooler talk” worthy. Often these APIs are revolutionary in the way that they affect how an industry operates, other times they are just really cool and waste a lot of our time. This past week's addiction was the Yoda Speak API.
The Books category contains APIs for book sharing, retail, social publishing, book creation, accessibility aids, book exchanges, metadata and more. This article focuses on 53 Books APIs including Readmill API and the popular Google Books API. We list 11 Google mashups along with other Books APIs.
Years ago most schoolchildren in the US "knew" that if you dig a hole straight down through the earth you end-up in China. But of course that's not true, no matter where you are in the US. From nearly anywhere in the contiguous 48 states you end-up in the Indian Ocean.