In Part 1 of our four-part look at the developer experience and business-to-developer (B2D) marketing strategies, we reviewed the toe-dipping exercise of gauging developer interest in an API and how to use a landing page signup to better define potential developer segments — or personas — who may need access to a business' data assets via an API. In Part 2, we look at how two web services businesses, Unbounce and Wordtracker, have managed a private beta release of their APIs.
Apiary APIs (5)
Apiary Gist Fox
||The Apiary Gist Fox API supports the instant sharing of notes, snippets, or codes. Users can either create public gist items or keep them private. This API does not require authentication and it...||Application Development||09.27.2016|
||The Apiary Default API allows users to save short texts. It supports the creation, listing, recovery, and removal of notes. The API conveys requests and responses in JSON format.||Application Development||09.27.2016|
||The Apifaketory API is a gateway to a database of broad categories of content. It processes random data of a variety of bundled items that include: demographic profiles of correspondents, published...||Application Development||07.26.2016|
||The Bitrefill API allows developers to programmatically send money to prepaid phones around the world to purchase additional minutes. Payments through the API are made in Bitcoins. This API currently...||Bitcoin||12.13.2015|
||The Eventsforce event management API employs standard HTTP GET requests and authenticates with an API Key and standard HTTP Authentication. API Keys are generated from within each Eventsforce account...||Events||02.15.2015|
An examination of why Markdown is a good choice for API documentation. Along with a look at various Markdown flavors is an overview of popular tools for working with Markdown.