The Latest News On The API Economy
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This is the first API profile in what we are calling the "Growth Series." Mapbox provides an API that allows developers to create maps with rich data visualizations by using multiple data layers. This feature along with others has fueled an 11x growth in calls made to its API.
Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things, eCommerce, Backend, and Location. Highlights today include Google's ARCore, which gives Android users AR without specialized Tango hardware. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
The week is half done and we bring you some of the stories we couldn't cover with a look at what is going on in the world of APIs including Amazon releasing the Alexa Voice Service Device SDK to bring Alexa to connected devices, Coinbase's latest foray into bitcoin based security patents and more.
Nineteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things, Business, Natural Language Processing and Social. Highlights include Sygic Travel APIs for travel planning and RiteKit social media engagement APIs. Here's a look at what is new.
This weekend's look at what what going on in the world of APIs discusses Russian search giant Yandex's open sourced machine learning library, CatBoost. We also cover an Email Verification API from validation company SmartSoft, and look at HP's release of their data protection suite backed by an API.
AT&T has opened up greater access to its mobility API portfolio for channel partners. The APIs touch almost every aspect of mobility, from basic text to IoT applications. AT&T aims to reduce that amount of time its partners spend on account management, reporting and billing through API automation.
With Alexa’s growing popularity, developers across the world are building skills to connect the Amazon device with smart home devices through the smart home skill API or a custom model. Amazon has seen issues with some submissions for skill certification.
There is no shortage of statistics and data for live sports these days. However, not many are aggregating and collecting similar data for e-sports across the various channels. PandaScore is looking to change that and act as the hub for data and statistics in the e-sports world.
Getting structured data out of web pages — often referred to as "web scraping" — is a real need, particularly for people whose job it is to prepare and analyze the information that's available in web pages. Meeting this need is right up the alley of a data extraction tool, such as Import.io.
Google this week released the first preview of its Android Things Console, the tool it hopes developers will use to create and manage internet-of-things devices and services. Google has lots of guidance concerning how it expects things will best proceed. Here's what you need to know.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Business, VoIP, Weather, Stocks, and Intelligence. Featured today are several offerings from Dark Gray Engines, a provider of user intelligence APIs. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
While it seems like hardly a month can go by without hearing about an attack on some IoT device - everything from NannyCams-Gone-Wild to rogue cable modem/routers - the state of IoT security doesn't seem to be improving. And why? Because, many thing-makers are just too laissez-faire about security.
We take you into the weekend with another edition of ProgrammableWeb's "In other API Economy News". Today we give you your fill of Amazon news including the general release of their Greengrass IoT service, the ability for API Gateway to allow for customization of error responses, and more.
Sometimes, there's more API economy news than there's time to cover it. But you deserve to know, right? So, here's another installation of ProgrammableWeb's "Briefly, In other API Economy News" so you see some of that other stuff that comes our way, but that might not otherwise get covered.
The Internet of Things has seen significant growth in the last few years and enterprises are looking to manage their large device installations. Big players in the cloud space have been positioning themselves as IoT platform providers, since they have many of the necessary services in place.
Google's voice-based assistant took on new powers this week and increased its compatibility with hardware platforms -- including Apple's iPhone. With Assistant's growing user base and expanded skillset, Google thinks it's time for developers to add Assistant to their own hardware.
The Web of Things working group, part of the W3C, has gathered many big players in the IoT space to standardize on semantic interoperability based on Linked Data and APIs. The goal is to describe things in a way that developers don't have to know the details or underlying communication patterns.
Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things, Email and Games. Featured today are APIs from Split for deploying targeted software rollouts and from Mailsac for testing email services. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Google today released the Google Assistant SDK, (nearly) everything developers need to bake Google's artificial intelligence in their own hardware. The idea is to spread the availability of Google Assistant so people interact with it more often in more places and with more devices.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Payments, Statistics, and WebRTC. Highlights include the PrexView API for converting data to readable formats and the simple-to-implement TalkJS API for chat function. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.