Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Payments, OCR, Design, and Natural Language Processing. Today's highlights include the Seametrix API for routing marine vessels, and Tisane Labs NLP APIs. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
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After originally launching v4 of the Facebook SDK in 2015, Facebook has now announced the end of support date for v3. Starting June 1, 2017, Facebook will no longer support v3. Older versions will continue to operate; however, developers will lose support and access to new features.
Many APIs return error codes that don’t provide much detail about the nature of the error, or how developers can go about resolving it. This post by Simon Tabor on the Luno blog discusses defensive design practices to ensure your API errors support your users in fixing issues.
The rise of the API economy is supported by the documentation, yet many devs place little importance on this aspect despite the perils of providing poor or obsolete documentation.
We've added 8 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Agriculture, Support, and Sports categories. Also added were SDKs for use with Payeezy payments solutions.
Since its founding in 2007, Zendesk's helpdesk system has improved customer service departments and helpdesks around the world with their Zendesk API. Over 20,000 companies (from Sears to Groupon) "trust [Zendesk] with their customers." Currently, over 20% of tickets generated through Zendesk are come through the Zendesk API. Accordingly, the API is essential to Zendesk's success and Zendesk constantly seeks feedback to improve its product.