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Despite the recent privacy snafus from some social media platforms, developers are just as interested in creating social applications as they ever were. Here we take a look at some the social APIs in ProgrammableWeb's directory that get the most traffic, and what developers can do with them.
Are you the best developer in your city? There’s one way to find out- test your knowledge! The new Developer Economics survey Q4 2018 is now open until February 3rd, 2019 for all developers around the world who want check out how well they know popular languages, tools, platforms and frameworks.
We dug deep into our site traffic analytics to see what peaked our Twitter followers interest this past year and came up with this list of 20 most clicked-on APIs. According to our followers, a variety of topics were worth clicking on, including World Cup soccer, hotel prices and blockchain tools.
ProgrammableWeb's most popular articles according to our Twitter followers include a tutorial about switching from Python to Go. Find out what other API news, analysis and how-to articles the Twitterverse found interesting enough to click on in this round up of articles from ProgrammableWeb.
Although Twitter delayed the deprecation of its Streaming API a few times, the time has finally come. Next week, Twitter will deprecate Site Streams, User Streams, and legacy Direct Message endpoints. This move leaves Twitter clients like Twitterrific and Tweetbot with gaps in their functionality.
YNAB, a budgeting app that stands for You Need a Budget, this week announced the launch of an API that will allow third-party developers to build their own apps that incorporate functionality and data from YNAB. To help developers, YNAB has published API documentation and launched a forum.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of the Azure Budgets API which includes new enhancements. Among the API updates are support for usage budgets (currently supported for enterprise customers only), support for Azure action groups, and an updated version of the usage details API.
Twitter today announced that it is launching a new offering that will give developers access to the full Twitter archive which contains all tweets going back to the first one posted by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in 2006. Previously, full archive access was limited to Twitter's enterprise customers.
Twenty more APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Finance, eCommerce, Banking, Tweets and Fantasy Sports. Highlights today include two enterprise-class APIs from Twitter for querying Tweets. Here's a rundown of the latest additions for developers.
Do you use or plan to use a weather API in the near future? If so, Earth Networks would love to hear your thoughts on the landscape of Weather APIs on the market. Your feedback may help guide improvements in weather APIs and every survey respondent willl get a chance to win an Amazon gift card.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today, in categories including Spam, Travel, Bitcoin, Surveys, and Banking. One highlight today is the Basetrip API, which provides detailed International travel information to users. Have a look at what is new for developers.
The Gnip Audience API now features Twitter aggregate user age information. The Gnip Audience API includes nearly one dozen demographic models including gender, interests, TV genre, TV show, language, etc. User age is the newest addition to the set of Gnip Audience API demographic models.
The UK’s recent EU referendum result may signal the beginning of the end for the European Union. So, in a recent post, the team at MonkeyLearn performed a machine learning analysis on the Brexit result based on relevant tweets, with sentiment analysis to determine the tone of public opinion.
Twitter has announced major changes that will alter the way the company calculates 140 characters. Certain attachments, URLs, and handles will no longer count towards the character limit. Changes will allow users to use more words, and developers must prepare for the upcoming changes.
Google announced an API for its Consumer Surveys service. The API allows developers to design surveys, target a specific audience, and analyze a results directly for integrate web and mobile apps. Early partners across analytics and visualization platforms only scratch the surface of potential.
Twitter has reversed its decision to shut off API access to Politwoops, a service that tracks and posts the deleted tweets of politicians. Twitter shut down API access for the U.S. Politwoops site in June of last year, and the remaining Politwoops websites lost API access a few months later.
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.
Jack Dorsey took to the Twitter Flight 2015 mobile developer conference stage to kick-off the annual event with a massive apology to the developer community. Over the years, Twitter has alienated their developer community. Dorsey's promise will now need to be backed by action.
On Friday, Twitter cut off API access to Diplotwoops and Politwoops, services that bring to light tweets deleted by politicians, diplomats and embassies.