Nineteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Cryptocurrency, Search, and Screenshots. Featured today is an API for adding personal safety features to applications and an API that provides data from the Mars Curiosity rover. Here's a look at what is new.
Microsoft APIs (107)
Bing Maps Location Recognition
||When given a pair of location coordinates (latitude, longitude), the Bing Maps Location Recognition API returns a list of entities ranked by their proximity to that location. The URL response...||Location||08.27.2018|
Microsoft Bing Maps Query
||The Microsoft Bing Maps Query API enables application users to do map searches based on area, location, route, property type (such as restaurant), property ID, and more. For example, usersu can...||Mapping||05.16.2018|
Microsoft Bing Maps Dataflow Management
||The Microsoft Bing Maps Dataflow Management API allows creating and managing data sources that store spatial entity data for a user-defined entity type. Developers can also create and manage data...||Mapping||05.16.2018|
Microsoft Bing Maps Geocode Dataflow
||The Microsoft Bing Maps Geocode Dataflow API allows to create a Geocode job and upload data, get status of a Geocode job, download Geocode job results, and add a Geocode dataflow response description.||Mapping||05.16.2018|
Microsoft made a preview of Windows Bridge for iOS available today, an open-source application to help developers bring iOS apps to Windows devices.
A year after Microsoft introduced OneNote Staff Notebook, Microsoft has opened API access to what is becoming Microsoft's flagship app for educators. Microsoft developed the API in direct response to teachers and school district IT administrators who expressed the need to manage the app at scale.