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Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Artificial Intelligence, Food, and Advertising. Highlights include an API for integrating with the WallOfCoins bitcoin marketplace and the Reconess API for facial recognition abilities. Here's a look at what is new.
Hong Kong's government monetary authority recently released an Open API framework. Further, the government entity announced that it will launch an Open API next week. The framework includes a four phased approach that it expects Hong Kong banks to adopt in compliance with a roadmap.
The Lenderlink API system is now freely available to second charge mortgage packagers. Lenderlink aims to be a single platform to connect mortgage packagers to lenders. The Lenderlink API could do away with the disjointed single API per lender integrations that currently exist in the market.
Algorithmic trading continues to gain popularity as alternative data becomes more accessible and new markets are developing. API trading can enhance efficiency and offer more flexibility to traders. This article introduces you to the FXCM API, developed with algorithmic trading in mind.
YNAB, a budgeting app that stands for You Need a Budget, this week announced the launch of an API that will allow third-party developers to build their own apps that incorporate functionality and data from YNAB. To help developers, YNAB has published API documentation and launched a forum.
Bud launched as a single hub, or marketplace where banks can access the many tech services currently available and continuing to be developed in the FinTech space. Bud has taken the next step in its goal with the announcement of Bud Exchange (a developer portal for access to the Bud Network).
While the majority of the APIs within the ProgrammableWeb directory are REST-styled APIs, that isn't the only architectural style in use, not by a long shot. In this article we look at our directory data to see what underlying technologies are most popular across the various Push/Streaming APIs.
One of the cool things our directory data allows us to do is to get a glimpse at both short term and long term trends in the API space. One slice of data worth looking at is the categories have had the most growth. This article looks at which categories have grown the most in the last five years.
Revolut has expanded its Revolut for Business offering by extending banking services through an Open API. The API is designed to integrate with internal business systems and tools, as well as third party applications and workflows that businesses rely on to operate their businesses.
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Postcodes, Financial, and Inventory. Highlights include the LawPanel API for accessing trademark data and the Adobe Audience Manager for intellgent insights about customers. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
One of the more interesting views given by the directory is a look at what sectors are seeing the most growth in APIs. The directory data model allows for one primary category as well as multiple secondary categories and in this article we take a look at which categories are most represented.
Nations Trust Bank, one of the largest banks in Sri Lanka, recently announced an open banking initiative through its Open API Banking Platform. The bank hopes that the platform will help change the closed minded approach to banking that has historically dominated the island nation's banking.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Translation, Hosting, and Machine Learning. Featured today is an API for adding elevation location to applications and an API for integrating two-factor authentication. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Payments NZ, a governance organization that helps oversee New Zealand's payments system, has announced a pilot of two new open banking APIs. One will allow developers to access account data and the other will allow developers to connect directly to banks to make credit payments.
Bottomline Technologies, a provider of financial technology that aims to help make business payments simple, smart and secure, today announced the release of a new set of APIs to enable connectivity for banks, corporate clients, and other third-parties to the company’s Paymode-X platform.
Forty Seven Bank continues its move to modernize banking. In the midst of its initial coin offering, it has released a PSD2 compliant API that developers can use to build banking apps. API features run the gamut of banking services. Forty Seven Bank seems dedicated to innovation and compliance.
Royal Bank of Canada has launched a developer portal and set of APIs. The APIs can be used by eligible businesses and developers to add select RBC banking and services information to applications. Among the APIs are the Branch Locator API, Minimum Down Payment API, and the Amortization Schedule API.
Bank of America, the second largest bank in the U.S., introduced a new API on Tuesday for its corporate treasury customers. Using the API, these customers can access their banking information and perform real-time transactions. The bank believes that it will improve its ability to collaborate.
Monzo released an interim API to comply with the Payment Services Directive (now officially law). While the company plans on adding all functionality of its interim API to its standard developer API, the interim API will ensure immediate compliance for companies managing account information.
The SWIFT Institute has announced the 2018 SWIFT Institute competition which challenges Australian-based students to find ways to protect personal information and other sensitive data in open data environments. This year’s challenge focuses on financial services and open banking APIs.