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Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today, in categories including Spam, Travel, Bitcoin, Surveys, and Banking. One highlight today is the Basetrip API, which provides detailed International travel information to users. Have a look at what is new for developers.
Google announced an API for its Consumer Surveys service. The API allows developers to design surveys, target a specific audience, and analyze a results directly for integrate web and mobile apps. Early partners across analytics and visualization platforms only scratch the surface of potential.
SlimSurveys, a micro-survey platform, has announced the launch of a brand new SlimSurveys API allowing developers to integrate micro-surveys and other micro-interaction functionality into third-party web and mobile applications.
When it comes to design, it can often be quite tricky to get designer and client to agree 100% or even just be on the same page with regards to the direction of the project. Unless communication is streamlined and completely clear from the start, the project can run into a number of disasters, not to mention becoming costly and more time consuming than necessary. Osmosis is a web application that serves as a kind of questionnaire and design brief to help creatives save time at the very start of a project. The Osmosis API is available for developers to integrate this functionality with other applications.
GoPollGo is all about creating polls, from running them during presidential debates to coworkers polling each other on where to go for lunch. It has two APIs. One is a public read-only API free to anyone. The other is private, in beta that allows third parties to create polls. Clients such as ESPN, Netflix, Hotels.com, Robert Scoble, AppleInsider and The Weather Channel, use GoPollGo to track opinions on their brands and businesses.
Checkbox, survey and data collection tool provider, allows developers to integrate survey functionality into third party apps via the Checkbox API. The API enables functionality beyond mere answer collection. For example, developers can integrate a Checkbox survey with a CRM application and automatically create a new entry directly from the survey. The application possibilities are seeming endless.
TrueSample, SurveyMonkey's validation technology, released the TrueSample API that allows developers to qualify survey responders to achieve effective results. The technology driving TrueSample ensures that people are who they claim to be and only take a survey once, all while eliminating those who choose random answers and unqualified responders. The TrueSample API provides pre and post survey data as well as real-time feedback to provide industry leading insight into surveys of all types.
Examinare provides a host of survey tools to help businesses gain an edge on the competition and encourages continued innovation and customer support. In its bag of survey tools lies the Examinare API which allows developers to integrate survey data and functionality with third party apps. Examinare entered the survey market as a client required survey feedback for a special project. The project exceeded expectations and ongoing demand for survey functionality continued. Examinare aims to offer such functionality across all apps with the API.