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Seventeen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Recognition, Chat, and Satellites. Highlights today include the GDELT Geo API for visualizing news keywords and the Sellbrite API for multi-channel eCommerce functions. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
With Alexa’s growing popularity, developers across the world are building skills to connect the Amazon device with smart home devices through the smart home skill API or a custom model. Amazon has seen issues with some submissions for skill certification.
Finxact, a Core-as-a-Service banking technology, today announced the availability of its Open Core API, which is available through its sandbox. The Finxact Open Core API is transparent and granular, enabling banks to have full access to their customer data.
There is no shortage of statistics and data for live sports these days. However, not many are aggregating and collecting similar data for e-sports across the various channels. PandaScore is looking to change that and act as the hub for data and statistics in the e-sports world.
REST and JSON are the bread and butter of developers creating web APIs. Once apps reach a certain size, though, the lack of type safety and other issues start to grate. Michal Witkowski and Marcus Longmuir over at Improbable explain how they learned to stop loving REST and move to gRPC.
Twenty One APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Air Travel, Recommendations, and Payments. One highlight is the recently added Mighty AI which provides AI training data for computer vision and natural language models. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Open Banking has launched two API specifications; Accounts and Transaction Information and Payments Initiation. These API specifications will allow banking customers and small business to share their financial data with third-party applications, and will be live from January next year.
Kubernetes 1.7 was recently announced with a focus on extensibility. The key 1.7 addition enabling such extensibility is the addition of API aggregation at runtime. Users can now add their own, or third party APIs, to their Kubernetes clusters. Prior to 1.7, users were limited to Kubernetes APIs.
When considering moving to or building on React, understanding your data and how you want it to live is something that must be figured out before moving forward. This article looks at how the Cloud Elements team made the decision to move on from the AngularJS frameowrk to React.
Everypixel has made a name for itself among the developer community for its artificial intelligence based image search and aesthetic filter technology. After numerous requests from the developer community, Everypixel has published an API so developers can programmatically access the tool.
As Machine Learning is making inroads into applications across consumer and enterprise domains, Google is pushing updates to its Machine Learning APIs via its advanced models that help analyze and make sense of images and videos.
Getting structured data out of web pages — often referred to as "web scraping" — is a real need, particularly for people whose job it is to prepare and analyze the information that's available in web pages. Meeting this need is right up the alley of a data extraction tool, such as Import.io.
We bring you a holiday edition of the API news that we weren't able to cover. Today's news includes a new version of the AWS Java SDK, Facebook offering an explanation to developers regarding a recent change to the Graph API, and extension to the Azure Text Analytics API and more.
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Customer Service, Banking, Contacts and Machine Learning. One highlight added today is the NanoNets API for integrating with machine learning models. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Sabre Corporation, a technology provider to the travel industry, is launching its new FareNabber API today at Sabre's TTX innovation conference in Las Vegas, which will help travel companies and developers to create a smarter, more personalized experience for consumers when shopping for airfares.
MuleSoft has announced the release of version 4.0 of API console, their open source API documentation tool that generates web documentation based on RAML documents. It can be run as a standalone web application or integrated into your own website. This article looks at the release highlights.
Platform as a Service (PaaS) is widely considered to be the ideal way to get your applications to the cloud. Google with its App Engine product was among the first off the blocks and the last few years have seen steady fixes and enhancements to the platform.
Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Databases, Blockchain and Marketing. Also new to the directory is an API for the Open Science Framework, which allows programmatic access to open source scientific research. Here's a look at the new additions.
Salesforce has introduced new Einstein Platform Services and APIs including Einstein Sentiment, Einstein Intent, and Einstein Object Detection. Developers can use these services to build CRM apps that leverage machine learning capabilities such as image recognition and natural language processing.
PixLab offers a set of APIs that hopes to meet most of your media analysis and processing needs. Whether it's media storage, machine vision, or image processing you need; there is not much on the media analysis/editing market today that PixLab doesn't offer through RESTful APIs.