The Latest News On The API Economy
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Ghost recently introduced version 3 of its popular CMS platform. One of the key elements of the new launch is a fully independent method to manage subscriptions and memberships. In most CMS platforms, subscriptions are handled by integration with a third-party provider. Third-party reliance is over.
Facebook is open sourcing video and photo matching tech so that partners and non-profits can leverage the technology to fight the spread of abusive content. The video matching technology, TMK, and the photo matching technology, PDQ, uses an identification and hashing system to prevent spread.
Agility made its name through headless CMS offerings. While headless CMS is still going strong, the release of its Content Fetch API puts a whole new bent on its promise of "compose once, publish everywhere." The new API allows customers to spin up new instances quickly with complete visibility.
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.
Google has made good on the previous news that it will shutter the GData Admin Settings API. The company first announced plans to sunset the API in August 2016, and later extended the API's lifespan through October 31, 2018. Now, the day of reckoning is here. Are you ready for the change?
Storyblocks, the first subscription stock media service, has launched their Storyblocks Developer Portal. The self-serve portal allows developers to create test keys and try out the full functionality of the Storyblocks Stock Media API, from search filters to downloads. The Storyblocks API is the
After ongoing requests from the developer community, Prismic has launched an Alpha version of its GraphQL API. Developers interested should request access from the company, and their repo should be activated within three days of the request. Prismic expects bugs and much feedback during this stage.
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including eCommerce, Messaging, and Privacy. Featured today are APIs for tracking time, enabling payment services, and adding reviews services to applications. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Google has launched an API toolkit to combat child sexual abuse material (CSAM). The Content Safety API uses artificial intelligence to better screen and limit the spread of CSAM online. An API approach increases speed of review, identification, and stop of abusive material.
Google Assistant and other apps are about to get better at controlling your favorite media players. Google this week added a verification testing framework to the Media Controller Test, a change that will let developers test media playback on Android smartphones and Android TV.
Tunity today announced the release of the Tunity SDK for Audio which allows for the implementation of white-labeled versions of its TV audio streaming technology. Tunity's streaming tech enables a business' customers the ability to hear live audio from muted televisions on their own devices.
According to a report published by TechCrunch, Snapchat is secretly planning to launch a developer platform, its first ever. Dubbed Snapkit, prototypes of the platform suggest it will give developers access to Snap's camera software so that they can integrate it into their applications.
Stratfor has launched its Enterprise API which provides access to the company’s complete repository of global geopolitical content. Content that can be access with the API includes statistics and coordinates for global events, country threat indices, and actionable geopolitical forecasts.
Instagram has deprecated much of its public API effective immediately. In a changelog published today, the popular Facebook-owned social media sharing platform announced that the endpoints for Follows and Relationships, Public Content Commenting, Likes and User Search have been removed.
Amazon has added new functionality to its Video Skill API, which allows the company's voice-driven virtual assistant, Alexa, to interface with video content and services. The new functionality consists of recording, launcher and state reporting capabilities that will work with numerous services.
Ephesoft, a provider of enterprise document capture solutions, has unveiled the newest version of its Transact platform. The Transact 4.5 platform includes new web service APIs that allow Ephesoft customers to integrate the company's supervised machine learning technology into existing solutions.
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.
Episerver, a software company that offers a commerce and content platform, yesterday announced the launch of a new headless API. Episerver says the headless API enables "content as a service." It is designed to allow users of the company's platform to bypass the presentation layer of its platform.
Eleven more APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including eCommerce, Chat, and Financial. Highlights include the GraphCMS Simple API for creating content APIs and Voucherify APIs for adding loyalty programs to applications. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.