With more than 6,000 active applications making more than 1 billion API calls each month, Intuit has revealed that it is working on a new QuickBooks Online API. The new API, along with the new QuickBooks Online v4, will contain improvements based largely on feedback provided by Intuit's customers.
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solo.io, a startup that aims to "glue" together microservices, monoliths, and serverless functions, has announced that its function gateway, aptly dubbed Gloo, now supports JSON-to-gRPC translation. This allows users to map their gateway APIs to any back-end whether it uses REST or gRPC.
To help AWS customers handle credentials more securely, Amazon last week announced AWS Secrets Manager, a new service that allows AWS customers to store and retrieve passwords, OAuth credentials, binary data, and other types of secrets, such as API keys, via an API or the AWS CLI.
Last year, dating app OKCupid removed the ability for its users to view who had visited their profiles, but a developer this week revealed that visitor data had still been available via OKCupid's Visitor API. In a blog post, Zack Whipkey detailed how he was able to access detailed user information.
It’s an old adage but it’s true; if you want your API to succeed, treat it like a product. And one of the most important steps in any product’s lifecycle is when it gets released. James Higginbotham offers a 10-point checklist to help make sure that your API release runs as smoothly as possible.
Instagram has deprecated much of its public API effective immediately. In a changelog published today, the popular Facebook-owned social media sharing platform announced that the endpoints for Follows and Relationships, Public Content Commenting, Likes and User Search have been removed.
Facebook-owned Instagram has broken apps and surprised developers by substantially reducing the number of API calls allowed per user per hour. According to reports, the rate limit for the Instagram API was reduced from 5,000 per user per hour to 200 per user per hour this weekend without warning.
Many of the world's most successful technology companies have seen their fortunes bolstered by offering open APIs, but incidents last week involving Facebook and Spotify demonstrate that open APIs are not without risk, especially when enforcement of API usage policies is lax.
Algolia, a hosted search engine API provider, today announced major updates to its Analytics platform, which include an enhanced Analytics API as well as a new Click Analytics API, with the aim of helping customers gain more visibility into how their users are performing searches.
Amazon API Gateway now features content encoding support for API responses. Content encoding helps reduce the amount of data sent from the API Gateway to clients, and transferring data takes less time. Developers can configure their APIs to support content encodings such as deflate and gzip.