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Everywhere you look, you'll find old business processes that have been in place for decades. When many of these processes went online, chances are they were reproduced, step-for-step, electronically. No one bothered to think differently about those steps. Jetty is example of one company that did.
We all know about the importance of a good user experience and user interface, but what about user convenience? The most satisfying online experiences often are tied to how convenient they were. If convenience is king, then developers must learn how to create products with convenience in mind.
Developed app markets are increasingly saturated making it harder than ever to stand out. Localizing your app abroad - whether just a translation or a full app overhaul - could be the difference between its global success or failure. So what should you consider if you want to localize right now?
The end of the week means that we bring you a review of the stories we couldn’t cover in the API economy. Included are a look at the real estate coding competition kicking off at RESO DataComp, a new Streaming API from GDAX and an update to SlashDB including new features for the API.
The week is half done and we bring you some of the stories we couldn't cover with a look at what is going on in the world of APIs including Amazon releasing the Alexa Voice Service Device SDK to bring Alexa to connected devices, Coinbase's latest foray into bitcoin based security patents and more.
ShopAdvisor has announced that version 3.0 of the ShopAdvisor API is now generally available. The API allows developers to build applications that can make online-to-offline retailer oriented queries which can then be used to provide information for mobile marketing campaigns.
As the largest national real estate portal, Zillow has perfected the art of attracting and engaging online real estate consumers. If you are a developer looking to do the same, you can use the Onboard Developer Platform to recreate and improve upon some of Zillow's most popular features.
Australian property services company Domain Group has launched a public API allowing third-party developers access to Australian real estate agencies and listings, properties and locations, and Domain Group editorial content. There are currently two Plan levels available, Default and Business.
Mailgun added a slew of new features to its email validation API including target mailbox validation, role-based address check, disposable mailbox, reporting, and rate limits. Additionally, Mailgun added the API under its existing SLA and has transitioned to a tiered, usage-based pricing model.
This week, Amazon announced Subscribe with Amazon. The offering is a subscription service for sellers of digital products and services. Through a series of APIs, subscription sellers can use Amazon infrastructure to offer products and services on monthly, quarterly, and yearly basis.
At its Unite developer conference this week, Shopify introduced its new Marketing Events API. The API allows market app developers to track marketing events directly within the Shopify ecosystem. Marketing apps have long been popular within Shopify's App Store, but tracking has been difficult.
Facebook has released a Canvas API for Advertisers that can be used to create compelling canvas ads on Facebook. Advertisers can now create canvas components via API such as header, carousel, button, and text. Advertisers can add Canvas to any Facebook photo, video or carousel ad.
Dotloop has launched a new API for developers. The API will allow developers to integrate external real estate technology and transaction services with dotloop’s platform. More than 20 developer partners, MLSs and real estate brands are set to utilize the API.
Seventeen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Marketing, Security, and Banking. Highlights today include the Google Cloud Jobs API, which is a machine learning driven API to help companies find the best applicants. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Rebelmail publicly launched its interactive email API. After successful private integrations with ESPs like Mailjet, SendGrid, and others; Rebelmail is ready for third party integrations across the board. Through the API, users can build, send, and track interactive emails directly within an app.
AWR has launched the second version of its Cloud Developer API. The online rank tracking company added an array of new features that allows users to call and organize rank data related to projects in a more automated fashion. The company has enhanced call options for existing and new features.
eBay completely revamped its API portfolio to create a seamless experience across the eBay developer experience. The launch includes 10 APIs in total, on both the buy and sell side. The APIs replace some legacy APIs and include a number of completely new features for enhanced integration.
Microsoft has expanded its business application platform, Flow, to support Custom APIs and three new apps. Microsoft made the announcements at its Ignite 2016 event. As Microsoft continues to build its business application platform, more supported apps and more API connectivity will be essential.
Facebook launched v2.8 of its Graph API. Highlights include Custom Open Graph and the Marketing API updates. Facebook will deliver more Common Open Graph action types to relieve developers from having to create custom graph actions and objects. Marketing API updates give advertisers more control.
Finding an apartment in San Francisco’s notoriously competitive rental market is a challenge. The author of this tutorial created a mashup of the Slackbot API with maps and a Craigslist scraper to help him identify apartments that match his criteria as soon as they become available.