To be a successful API provider means actively engaging with your developer community to build up your ecosystem of developers and partners. This research report looks at the growth patterns of eight successful API providers and the strategies they employed to gain traction.
Walgreens APIs (6)
Walgreens Digital Offers
||The offers API enables third party applications to search and clip digital coupons directly to Walgreens customers Balance Rewards Cards. Platforms include; iPhone, iPad, Android, Android Tablet,...||Loyalty||08.11.2016|
Walgreens Store Locator
||The Walgreens Store Locator REST API allows developers to access and integrate store locations and data with other applications. The main API method returns store locations. Store locations can also...||Location||05.29.2016|
Walgreens Clinic Appointment Scheduler
||The Walgreens Healthcare Clinic Appointment Scheduler API offers users the ability to do just that: schedule healthcare appointments. Appointments can be scheduled at any 400+ Walgreens Healthcare...||Healthcare||12.19.2015|
Walgreens Balance Rewards
||The Balance® Rewards API enables pre-qualified partners to connect into Walgreens to share individual member health and wellness information to be eligible to receive Balance Rewards points for...||Health||10.06.2014|
Walgreens Pharmacy Prescription Refill
||The Walgreens Pharmacy Prescription API allows users of third-party mobile applications to quickly order refills of prescriptions originally filled at one of the 8,000+ Walgreens pharmacies. Mobile...||Medical||02.04.2013|
This is part two of ProgrammableWeb’s series on Understanding the Realities of API Security. It is taken from the overview of David Berlind's written testimony to the ONC's API Security and Privacy Task Force. This article looks at the decision whether to make API documentation publicly available.
SimilarWeb provides website and mobile statistics tracking with the company's API offering access to the data streams of their SaaS offering. This case looks at how SimilarWeb has treated their API with a product perspective allowing them to target new markets of end users outside of developers.