Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things, Payments, Application Development and DevOps. Highlights today include the open source Grafeas API for securing the software supply chain. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
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Verdigris has released a new Energy API, Forecasting API, and Disaggregation API. Customers can use these APIs to integrate Verdigris data and AI with applications to gain insights about energy consumption, forecast electrical demand, and deliver other meaningful insights from energy data.
Twenty-seven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Banking, Platform-as-a-Service, Marketing, and Voting. Highlights today include APIs for predicting, managing, and cutting energy costs with Smart Energy applications. Have a look at what is new for developers.
This is the introduction to our series What is The Green Button API initiative and How It Took OAuth To An Entirely New Level. This article will help you understand what the Green Button API Initiative is and how it came about. Green Button is part of the Obama Administration's My Data initiatives.
This is part 2 of our series on the Green Button API initiative. This article examines the architectural underpinnings, including the requirements and standards behind the initiative. The Green Button technology is based on existing standards that were assembled to meet the identified requirements.
This is part 3 of our series on the U.S. government's Green Button API initiative. In this part, we will describe the building blocks of Green Button technology and how they respond to the project requirements with respect to authorization of access to data provided to third parties.
This is part 4 of our series What is The Green Button API initiative and How It Took OAuth To An Entirely New Level. In this part we explain the structure of Green Buttons’ scope parameters and illustrate the data exchanges and protocol used to implement Green Button’s scope negotiation.
This is part 5 of our series What is The Green Button API initiative and How It Took OAuth To An Entirely New Level. Here, we look at how Green Button data, due to its regularly renewed nature needed to adopt a pseudo PUSH model that was consistent with the OAuth resource data exchange model.
This is the conclusion to our series What is The Green Button API initiative and How It Took OAuth To An Entirely New Level. It provides a set of references for enriched additional information for the reader about technologies and choices made in the design of the Green Button architecture.
This article describes the Green Button standard, which provides access to energy usage data, and recommends how developers can leverage it to create energy-focused apps.