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ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2017: Entertainment, Lifestyle, and Education API University
This article is part of a multi-part series about interesting APIs that were added to our directory during 2017. Entertainment, Lifestyle, and Education APIs are covered here. The APIs were chosen by our researchers, by popularity according to website traffic, and by mentions on social media.
Facebook recently announced that its Instant Articles SDK will support both Google AMP and Apple News. Facebook will provide such support through an extension to its Facebook Instant Articles SDK. In addition to cross-platform support, Facebook will also support styling tools across both platforms.
Eighteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Security, News Services, and Payments. Featured today is an API from UtilityScore, a service that provides a score for projected utility costs to interested home buyers. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
This is part two of a two-part article covering the current state of Web search APIs. This article takes a look at the Web search tools/APIs provided by Google and Microsoft. Article includes comparison charts highlighting some of the key differences between Google and Microsoft search tools/APIs.
AYLIEN has launched a machine learning and NLP-driven news API that allows users to search, source, and index news and blog content from across the web in real time. Developers can use the API to build content-driven applications with access to an enriched, real-time news data source.
Daily API RoundUp: Google Trends, Windows Store, WeatherBug, TheDailyWTF, GetSentiment, Gravity Forms
We've added 12 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Analytics, News Services, Weather, and Bitcoin, among others. Highlights today include a long awaited API for Google Trends data, and WeatherBug Pulse for weather data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
With The AP releasing an updated version of its Elections API earlier this year, news organisations across the US now have faster access to elections race information. This led NPR and the NY Times to improve on their legacy FTP system by building a new API for accessing AP information faster.
We've added 7 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb API directory in categories such as Games, News Services, and Weather. Here's a summary of what's new.
AP released the AP ENPS Open API, which extends the reach of its popular news production software. Now, apps beyond the newsroom have access to ENPS content.
A look at the newest entries in ProgrammableWeb's directories for April 10, 2015. Included are 6 new APIs, 1 new clients , and 1 source code sample.
The Associated Press showcases new two-way Open API at NAB Show in Las Vegas, that can offer integration solutions when MOS-based integration lacks.
MuleSoft's Enterprise Service Bus is now used by UK broadcaster Channel 4 to get information to partners.
AppDynamics is moving to turn its application performance management (APM) software into an application intelligence platform. With the unveiling today of AppDynamics Application Intelligence Platform, AppDynamics is layering application intelligence applications on top of its service while at the same time inviting third-party organizations to build complementary applications that leverage AppDynamics data that can be accessed via RESTful APIs.
As a first step toward enabling new economic models for software consumption, today IBM opened an IBM Cloud marketplace.
Open data advocates are often challenged to demonstrate the benefits and share the use cases of opening data before being able to encourage the next level of enabling access to open data via API. Now, two new U.S. resources are available that provide a more granular insight into how businesses are using open data to create products and power the next wave of industry innovation.
Some of life's biggest sources of frustration often seem trivial. Take, for instance, the process of finding a parking spot. When you can't find one, few things can be more stressful. Fortunately, one company is using technology in an effort to eradicate parking nightmares. California-based Streetline has partnered with cities, universities, parking garages and transit agencies in the United States and internationally to build a large, smart parking network that helps those partners increase efficiency.
APIs are at the heart of a new initiative aimed at giving the U.S. government the agility and flexibility needed to serve today’s citizens, communities and businesses. The White House’s General Services Administration (GSA) has established “18F,” a new department aimed at providing open source tools and demonstrating new ways of working with entrepreneurs and innovators to deliver digital services to government agencies, businesses and citizens.