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Over the past three months, as COVID-19 has proliferated, ProgrammableWeb has been tracking APIs that provide access to data related to the pandemic. The World Health Organization now reports that the virus has infected more than 4,000,000 people across more than 200 countries.
The Allen Institute for AI has introduced the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19). CORD-19 is a free, open-source database that includes 45,000 scholarly articles about COVID-19 and the coronavirus family of viruses. CORD-19 is the latest of many open-source movements to combat COVID-19.
The CDC recently reported that it will no longer report the number of persons tested for COVID-19, nor the number of negative tests returned. Because states are now driving the testing effort, the CDC no longer believes its data can be meaningful. The COVID Tracking Project looks to fill the gap.
Relay Medical Corp., a Canadian provider of MedTech solutions, has announced a new API for the company’s Pharmatrac Medication Management System. The new API provides opportunities for greater integration with Relay’s partners in the telemedicine and medication management markets.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread worldwide, APIs can help make information about it widely available. The GitHub repository under the name NovelCOVID has released an API that tracks data about the number of current cases of the virus. It is a simple RESTful API with two resources.
United Network for Organ Sharing is a non-profit organization that manages a national medical transplant database in coordination with the U.S. federal government. The organization operates a platform called UNet, providing developers with several APIs that enable integration with transplant data.
Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Cyptocurrency, eCommerce, and Government. Featured is an API for integrating with a backyard robotic farm and an API for monetizing games and other applications. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
MolecularMatch, a clinical informatics company providing Precision Medicine software solutions for oncology, announced the release of MMPower v4, the latest update to its Clinical Decision Support platform. This new release adds expanded therapeutic guidance and a new Software Developer's Kit.
Twenty APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Monetization, Logistics and Food. Featured today is the FaunaDB GraphQL API, the Geotab API for fleet tracking, plus an API for retrieving mushroom observation data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
NVIDIA has released the Clara Deploy SDK to give developers a platform for designing and deploying AI-enabled medical imaging pipelines. The SDK provides a framework for defining application workflows and enables the creation of optimized AI models for medical imaging used in hospital systems.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Games, Open Data, Advertising, and DevOps. Highlights include the DoorBird API for integrating applications with a video door intercom service. Here's a rundown of the latest additions for developers.
Fauna announced that the GraphQL API for its FaunaDB database is now generally available. With the massive migration towards GraphQL, Fauna has expanded its already versatile database product with some of the latest serverless technology. Its general availability comes after a successful prerelease.
New technology and innovation in the Health field is fueled by collecting, analyzing, and connecting data, and driven by Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). Developers looking to create health applications can start with this list of important APIs in ProgrammableWeb's Health category.
As modern medicine advances, it gets more connected, and driving this innovation are APIs. Any developer looking to create applications in the medical arena can look to ProgrammableWeb for finding useful APIs. The 10 most popular APIs based on visitor traffic are listed in this article.
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and data go hand-in-hand. No wonder the Database category on ProgrammableWeb is such a popular place to visit. In this article, we highlight the most visited API profiles in that category, including APIs for access to food, barcodes, and movie databases.
This portion of our series about the Most Interesting APIs in 2018 encompasses all APIs developers could utilize for data manipulation purposes, such as accessing data, extracting data from web sources, creating reports and visualizations, database administration, linking data in apps, and more.
Earlier this week during Microsoft’s Ignite conference, the company made several announcements, including full support for the Azure Cosmos DB Cassandra API, general availability of the Microsoft Graph Security API, and a public preview of SQL Server 2019.
Hasuraa GraphQL-as-a-Service company, launched its open source GraphQL Engine which allows developers to migrate Postgres-based applications to GraphQL without having to write any backend code. The Hasura GraphQL engine can also be used to quickly build scalable GraphQL Applications on Postgres.
When you work with a Serverless API, you focus on the application, not the servers. Scalability is flexible and availability automated. The original tutorial links to a crash course on Serverless with Node available here: https://hackernoon.com/a-crash-course-on-serverless-with-node-js-632b37d58b44