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ProgrammableWeb's Most Clicked, Shared and Talked About APIs of 2019: Mapping and Location More Related
This segment of the past year's most clicked, shared and talked about APIs covers Mapping and Location services. Included are APIs for mapping routes specifically for electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles, APIs for mapping meteorology, as well as a few APIs for Drone mapping services.
Eighteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Weather, Real Estate, Games, and Domains. Included is an OCR API for extracting data from receipts, and an API for controlling the Sony Aibo robot dog. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Misty Robotics introduced Misty II, a professional grade robot platform that is specifically designed for accessibility by the software development community. Many modern robot platforms are limited to roboticists, but the software-centric nature of Misty II looks to flip this model on its head.
This article is part of a 10-part series about interesting APIs that were added to our directory during 2016. Mapping and Location APIs are covered in this segment. The APIs were chosen by our researchers, by popularity according to website traffic, and by mentions on social media.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Stocks, WebRTC, Banking, and Air Travel. Highlights include the Google Cloud Functions API, Rackspace RackConnect v3 API, and Mapwize indoor mapping API. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Payments, Semantic Web, Augmented Reality, Bitcoin and Chat. One highlight featured today is the Aerospike API which integrates applications with a NoSQL database. Here's a look at what's new.
YouMail launched its Spam Risk API. YouMail uses algorithms to analyze a database of hundreds of millions of phone numbers to determine the likelihood a particular phone number is spam. Historical call patterns and crowdsourced data are combined to determine an OK, caution, or danger designation.
Seven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in several categories including Bitcoin, TV, Games, and Robots. A highlight today is an API/SDK for Sphero spherical robot technology that allows direction and color control. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Eleven APIs have been added to ProgrammableWeb today in such categories as Robots, Government, and Reference. Here's a summary of what is new to the directory.
Isaac Asimov once said, "Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is." An interesting opinion, but what if it applied to...robots? Roboearth is a database of robot experiences that can be shared with other robots. The Roboearth API gives developers access to the data stored on a cloud. Through the API you can search for "action recipes", environments, even individual robots connected to the network.
If you're interested in learning more about the new Google Wave platform and API we covered last month, then take a look at this new post on the Google Wave Developer Blog from Google's Pamela Fox. It discusses a recent Wave API hackathon that occurred shortly after the Google I/O conference.