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Getting fit isn't just about jogging and cutting out cookies anymore. Fitness in the twenty-first century is driven by mobile technology, big data, and Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs. and In this article we detail the ten top fitness APIs based on ProgrammableWeb page visits.
Today at the Blue Button Developer Conference at The White House, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a pilot program for a new Data at the Point of Care API. This new API aims to improve patient care by giving Medicare providers seamless access to patient claims data.
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.
This article examines why APIs have outages, what the cost of such outages can be and therefore the importance for you, as a mobile app developer, to monitor all of the API Endpoints your app depends on to function, in order to reduce the cost of an API outage on your mobile app.
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.
Polar is an industry leader in heart rate monitors. The company recently announced SDKs and an API so that third party apps can integrate and analyze data pulled from these heart rate devices. The SDKs and API currently work with two Polar models: the Polar H10 and the Polar 0H1.
There is an expanding set of tools that help during every stage of the API lifecycle. So much so that it’s natural to be overwhelmed by the variety of API tooling available. This article takes a look at a number of tools, each of which can help modernize your API development process.
Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is an international interoperability standard for the exchange of healthcare data. Through a new API, Microsoft is providing streamlined access to implementing FHIR in cloud environments. Microsoft handles FHIR-related operations and compliance.
Engauge is an analog gauge maker. It's gauges test many functions from fan speed to usage. The gauges were initially designed to monitor PC performance, but the gauges can now monitor any electronic device that they interface with. A new API allows users to monitor from compatible 3rd party devices.
This list of APIs from 2018 encompasses earth and Human Health, Environment, and the Internet of Things. Developers looking to develop applications for Home Automation, Fitness, Healthcare, Weather, Climate, Energy, and Sustainability may find these choices worthy of a look.
ProgrammableWeb's Most Clicked, Shared and Talked About APIs of 2018: Application Development and Developer Tools
This segment of the past year's Most Clicked, Shared and Talked About APIs added to ProgrammableWeb covers the Application Development, DevOps, and Developer Tools areas. Tools and technology that helps make a developer's life easier, including APIs from Google, GitHub, and AWS, are included.
Fitbit has launched version 3.0 of its SDK, and it includes a lot of new developer tools. The SDK includes four new APIs that developers can use to build new experiences and better collect, distribute, and use data created by Fitbit smartwatches. 3.0 supports Versa and Ionic models.
The US Department of Veterans Affairs has announced its first Health API. The Health API adds to VA's growing suite of APIs as the agency looks to become more technology driven and API-first. The Health API will help Veterans gain better access to and control over their private health data.
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Books, Sports and Billing. Highlights include Google's Firebase Management API and the Caselaw Access Project API which provides free access to millions of law books. Here's a look at what is new.
This post will introduce you to the Synthetic Monitoring concept, which can make you feel more confident about your production system because you find errors quicker. It focuses on improving your Mean Time to Recovery (MTTR), and gathering valuable metrics on how your whole system behaves.
Personal Remedies has set a goal of combatting chronic illnesses through diet. It is empowering a community of self-healers through its AI-based knowledge base that finds food and nutrient based remedies for certain illnesses. Now, the "choose this" for "this disease" is accessible via API.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Cryptocurrency, Monitoring, and Mapping. Highlights include APIs for programmatic access to the City of Seattle datasets, and the Apple MapKit JS API and SDK. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Apple has created a new Movement Disorder API that will be added to ResearchKit, its open source framework that is designed to let medical researchers gather data. Using the API, developers will be able to implement all-day monitoring on Apple Watch devices running watchOS 5.
Apple today released the Health Records API to developers and researchers alike tap into the growing amount of data generated by and stored on mobile devices. The end goal is to let consumers manage their medications, diseases, nutrition -- all of which can be viewed and managed on their iPhone.