Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things, Payments, Application Development and DevOps. Highlights today include the open source Grafeas API for securing the software supply chain. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Mendix APIs (14)
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|Mendix Client||This API is indirect access to the The Mendix Client SDK. Please reference the SDK tab below. The Mendix Client API is primarily meant to assist the development of custom client side extensions that...||Application Development||FEED|
|Mendix Model||This API is indirect access to the Mendix Model SDK. Please reference the SDK tab below. The SDK enables Mendix applications and works with the Platform SDK. Mendix provides a way to transform...||Application Development||FEED|
|Mendix Stories||The Mendix Stories API allows you to retrieve, create and update the sprints, stories and tasks in your Mendix projects. The available parameters include; Microflow CreateStory, Microflow...||Application Development||REST|
|Mendix Projects||The Mendix Projects API allows you to programmatically create a project in your company space and move working copies between the Team Server and the Model Server. The operations that are available...||Application Development||RPC v1.0|
|Mendix Profile||The Mendix Profile API is an App Service that allows your AppCloud applications to retrieve profile information of their users from the Mendix platform. The service is part of the AppCloudServices...||Application Development||RPC v1.3.0|
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Moving to make their rapid application development platform as widely accessible as possible, Mendix today launched Mendix AppCloud. Announced at the Mendix World 2014 conference, AppCloud is an implementation of the company's platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environment that is used for rapidly developing applications on a cloud platform managed by Mendix. In addition, Mendix also announced that it is making available a free community edition of its PaaS environment that small teams of up to 10 developers can use to build applications.