Seventeen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Logistics, Tourism, and Natural Language Processing. Highlights today include APIs for UK postal service Royal Mail and an API from Google for detecting internet trolls. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
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- Mashups (13)
- SDKs (38)
- Libraries (15)
- Sample Source Code (3)
- Followers (2)
- Developers (13)
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Postman REST Client, a powerful HTTP client that helps developers test and develop web services, has just released version 0.9.3. (Google Chrome Packaged App) which includes brand new features including OAuth 2.0 support, user accounts, bulk uploading/importing, and a brand new API Directory.
Adding shipping and posting functionalities to your applications may be necessary for your what you're trying to achieve, but it may not always be a quick and easy process. EasyPost is a posting and shipping service specifically designed for applications, saving developers some very valuable development time. The EasyPost API makes it possible for developers to access this functionality and easily integrate it with other applications.
Our API directory now includes 32 postal APIs. The newest is the Stamps.com API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the GeoNames API. We list 84 GeoNames mashups. Below you'll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of postal APIs.
It's not enough to print stamps off your printer any more. What shippers really want is what the SOAP-based Stamps.com API does: integrate that function of printing postage into your own web-based ecommerce or web hosted applications to speed up the shipment of orders out the door. With the API you can do much more than calculate postage and print stamps. You can clean addresses and track packages, among other tasks.
We see a lot of mashups (our directory lists over 4,300 mashups). Lately we've noticed that they've moved beyond your ordinary application. Here is a quick overview of some recent additions that are fun and useful.