Five APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Words, Streaming, and Human Resources. Highlights include an API that aggregates fitness and health data from dozens of applications, and an API that can automate image manipulation for identity documents.
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With all the changes in technology in the last half-century, a main form of communication remains relevant: the written or spoken word. Developers wishing to add word functions to applications should check out this list of the ten most popular Words APIs in the ProgrammableWeb API directory.
Developers may want to add dictionary functions to applications for a variety of reasons. Dictionary use can increase vocabulary, improve reading, writing and speaking skills, supply translation, process language for sentiment and aid accessibility. Here are ProgrammableWeb's 10 top Dictionary APIs.
Seven APIs have been added to the directory including 4 recent Twinword natural language processing offerings. Also added were 2 new libraries for the National Weather Service.
If you are into developing word games and have been scouting around for both a word database and an API to go with to make things easier, Wordnik may just have delivered the solution for you. The online dictionary's latest version of its Wordnik API is squarely targeting word game developers by giving them additional methods that will help them find words with a great degree of control.
Late last week we reported on Yahoo's decision to shut down two of its APIs: the Term Extraction and the Contextual Web Search (our profiles of the Yahoo Term Extraction API and the Yahoo Search API). But in response to outcry from the developer community since that announcement, it looks like Yahoo will be keeping the Term Extraction alive.