The API economy now spans thousands of API-providing companies across hundreds of categories. Within each category there are multiple offerings, all competing for the affections and money of third-party developers--any one of which could unleash the next API-consuming Zillow, Instagram or Uber.
IBM APIs (47)
IBM Bluemix IoT
||The Watson IOT Platform facilitates secure communication between IoT devices using MQTT and TLS. The IBM Bluemix IoT API simplifies access to IoT devices and data that allows developers to build...||Internet of Things||07.10.2017|
||IBM has developed Quantum Experience to provide students, professionals and scientific communities an interactive interface for accessing the company’s cloud-enabled quantum computing portal and...||Hardware||04.28.2017|
IBM Watson Text to Speech WebSocket
||This API has speech-synthesis capabilities to synthesize text into natural-sounding speech in a variety of languages, accents, and voices. The service supports at least one male or female voice,...||Text-to-Speech||04.14.2017|
IBM Watson Natural Language Understanding
||The Natural Language Understanding API uses natural language processing to analyze semantic features of any text. It provides plain text, HTML, or a public URL, and Natural Language Understanding...||Natural Language Processing||04.13.2017|
IBM Watson Language Translator
||The Language Translator API translates text from one language to another. The service offers multiple domain-specific models that you can customize based on your unique terminology and language. Use...||Language||04.12.2017|
Three APIs and several SDKs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Recognition, Content and Shipping. Here's a summary of the new additions.
Google has acquired Apigee, one of the top API management solution providers. When it comes to APIs, there are few companies that provide as many APIs as Google. It practically gave birth to the API economy. Now, it's positioning itself to host and manage them with Google Cloud Platform.