Twenty Four APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Sports, Healthcare, Water, and Video. Highlights today include an API for eSports video gaming data and an API for Burner disposable phone number service. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
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| Oracle ATG||Oracle ATG is a highly customizable platform designed to support eCommerce websites. The Dynamo Application Framework (DAF) provides a development environment supporting JavaBeans and JavaServer...||eCommerce||09.07.2018|
| Java 9 Stack-Walking||The Java 9 Stack-Walking API provides a stream of information in stack traces during the execution of a program. The API requires a Virtual Machine to capture a snapshot of the entire stack. This...||Application Development||03.29.2017|
| Oracle Connect||The Connect REST API provides customers and partners a way to integrate with the Oracle Service Cloud platform. It is a public API that leverages the Connect Common Object Model and allows you...||Software-as-a-Service||02.22.2017|
| Oracle Service Cloud Knowledge Advanced||The Oracle Service Cloud Knowledge Advanced API provides numerous functionalities for accessing and developing knowledge resources. The API facilitates the addition, modification, and interaction...||Business||12.15.2016|
| Oracle Monitoring Cloud Service||The Oracle Monitoring Cloud Service API offers alerts, metrics, and reports related to enterprise cloud solutions provided by Oracle. Developers must install a version of cURL that supports SSL. POST...||Cloud||10.19.2016|
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As Google and Oracle ready themselves for yet another court appearance in their ongoing copyright dispute, Google announced it will no longer rely on proprietary Oracle Java APIs for future versions of Android. Alternatively, Google will use Oracle's open-source version (OpenJDK) moving forward.
Joe McKendrick considers the question of whether APIs should be allowed to be copyrighted in light of the decision that Oracle's Java APIs may now be granted copyright protection. This brings to light the question about whether affording developers protection for their work is worth the price of making it harder than ever for developers to use APIs when building innovative software.