Diffbot today unveiled a new Discussions API that provides developers with access to conversations taking place through comments, forums and reviews.
GitHub APIs (62)
GitHub Content Attachments
||This GitHub Content Attachments service allows a GitHub Application to provide more information in GitHub for URLs that link to registered domains. GitHub renders the information provided by the app...||Content||12.14.2018|
GitHub Security Advisory
||The GitHub Security Advisory API provides access to a curated database of security vulnerabilities aggregated from across the web. This data is available with the GraphQL Security Advisory service....||Security||11.27.2018|
||The GitHub Checks API lets you send detailed information about the checks your integrations run. It allows you to view feedback from code checks directly in the pull request view, view the code that...||Testing||05.07.2018|
||The Github GraphQL API allows developers to request information from Github which matches the queried format (customized JSON calls that return relational JSON formatted responses). Available...||Database||05.16.2017|
||The Projects API allows developers to modify, update, and create repository information within the GitHub environment. This API is currently in early access; so, modifications can occur without...||Database||09.28.2016|
Github has open sourced a Ruby library it calls Scientist. The idea behind scientist is that it helps developers to replace old clunky (but working) source code "with confidence." In other word, there's less praying when you're ready to cut over to the new version. But can it work for APIs too?
The modern work environment is filled with an overwhelming number of tools and applications, but with no easy way for employees to connect and share their ideas with the rest of the company. Here we look at how APIs can help companies make it easier for coworkers to find content and collaborate.