Although buying tickets can be an arduous ordeal, the ticketing industry is rapidly changing -- offering reselling options, subscriptions, data-driven marketing, blockchain solutions, and mobile ticketing. Here are 10 popular APIs developers can use to interact with ticketing services.
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Infotech, a provider of infrastructure construction software solutions, today launched a user-requested application programming interface (API) for its document workflow service Doc Express that promotes integration with other key software solutions.
Eighteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Blockchain, Tickets, and Telephony. Highlights include several APIs Cryptocurrency, SDKs for the Voxeet WebRTC platform, and an API for smart manufacturing. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Today StubHub announced the release of a handful of new APIs and an accompanying developer platform, with the expressed aim of becoming the “events and tickets industry operating system.” The new APIs handle everything from inventory management to market intelligence.
Emirates recently became the latest airline to join the IATA's NDC initiative with the launch of its Emirates Online B2B API. The API connects Emirates' host reservation system to partner companies for access to availability, pricing, shopping, ticketing, sale of excess baggage, visas, and more.
Ticketmaster released its first public facing APIs and SDKS for third party integration. Ticketmaster spent years developing a third party integration strategy and users can buy, transfer, and manage tickets without leaving integrated apps. A new developer portal brings the new offerings to market.
The use of technology is prevalent in both professional and amateur sports organizations these days. Here, we highlight the top 10 sports APIs on ProgrammableWeb. API capabilities for consideration of the top 10 include activity tracking, fantasy sports, event tickets search and live sports scores.
Ticketbud, online ticket sales platform, is now beta testing the first Ticketbud API. Ticketbud allows users to create and manage ticket sales for any event. Although the platform allows event creation, the API is read only for the beta period. Ticketbud simplifies event management into five easy to follow steps: 1) create event 2) add tickets 3) publish event 4) promote event 5) manage event entry. Although the API is not ready to incorporate all five steps, Ticketbud is headed in that direction.
Stubhub, an online platform where users can buy and sell tickets, has just released its RESTful Stubhub APIs so developers can create applications to track inventory, retrieve event listings and more. Our directory lists 30 APIs related to tickets and some 150 APIs connected to events. Few are sellers bazaars like Stubhub, of course. But it's a thriving space.
Anyone in the events industry will know how much is involved in making an event a success. There are detailed logistics at every turn, and the event ticketing and registration process can prove to be one of those complex challenges. Startup, Tito, may just have the solution for eliminating these potential ticketing nightmares, as they have introduced a simple and effective event managing application that makes it possible to sell tickets and manage events quickly and easily. Tito also provides the Tito API, which is good news for developers who may want to access this functionality and integrate it with other relevant applications.
Event ticketing service SeatGeek has made its internal recommendations service available in the SeatGeek API. Developers can now integrate the advanced recommendations functionality of the SeatGeek platform into websites and applications.