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Episerver has released its new Headless API. The API is built to streamline and simplify delivery of digital content across applications and platforms. Regardless of channel or device, Episerver envisions the Headless API will take the technical pressure off of those providing digital content.
Twitter yesterday announced updates to its developer platform terms that aim to reign in the use of automation by bad actors "to perform coordinated actions across multiple accounts." Twitter's updated policies forbid applications from posting identical content to multiple Twitter accounts.
Xillio has been providing content migration and integration services since 2004. Now, the company has announced an API that aims to serve developers as the unified interface between content repositories and apps. Instead of learning each repository's API, the Xillio API provides the connection.
Cloudflare created a new platform for the creation and distribution of web app tools. The Cloudflare Apps Platform allows web app owners and developers to build, integrate, and distribute apps and tools across Cloudflare's global CDN. The company has also created a fund to get users started.
Box has introduced the Box File Collaboration API, a new API that allows developers to manage access to files in applications. Developers can now control which users can access specific files. The API was created to support a recent update to the Box Notes collaborative note taking application.
Google announced the Firebase App Indexing API. The API allows users to search for content within the Google app and find personal or public content across apps installed on a particular device. Because the content is stored on the device, the API is functional whether a user is online or not.
The 2016 presidential has been a hot topic of conversation in the past two weeks. Many issues came to light largely due to the many controversies surrounding the election. Many of the controversies were a result of fake news though, a real problem that technology must address.
Box introduced the "All New Box" throughout the week at its BoxWorks conference. The launch includes many developer focused features that pitch Box as a single place for all company content. Highlights to accomplish this goal include new APIs to access content and updated developer tools.
Facebook has launched a new Continuous Live Video API that enables developers to broadcast long and persistent streaming video to the world's largest social network. Previously, Facebook Live streams were limited to 90 minutes, but thanks to the new API, third parties can broadcast longer events.
Twitter announced a new storytelling API tool: Collections API. The API greatly reduces the effort needed to string together a series of Tweets to tell a story.
Pinterest has announced the launch of the Marketing Developer Partners (MDP) program, which provides two new APIs: an Ads API (beta) and a Content Publishing API.
Diffbot today unveiled a new Discussions API that provides developers with access to conversations taking place through comments, forums and reviews.
If you're a content producer on the Web, you'll want to see about tagging your articles, columns and posts with the interest graph API so they show up in Prismatic's database.
Outbrain has launched the new Amplify API which allows approved partners programmatic access to the Outbrain content discovery platform.
Using crawling software, computer vision and machine learning, Diffbot provides a tool that understands pages on the web and is able to classify them and break down parts.
The API is part of an effort to modernize the platform, but developers have some concerns.
Chefs Feed, a food media company, recently unveiled its API and announced high-profile content syndication partnerships that use the API.
Social video sharing network Vimeo has released a brand-spanking new revision of its API, versioned at 3.2.