MeaningCloud Coporate Reputation

Use MeaningCloud's Corporate Reputation API to analyze your organization's reputation. The API uses GET/POST requests in either JSON or XML, and supports both HTTP and HTTPS. Authentication is made via API Key, which is available after creating an account with MeaningCloud. Using semantic tagging and a model based on a set of reputational dimensions (like innovation or social responsibility) the API analyzes text to aggregate perceptions about a business. See the project documentation for more detailed information on how the Corporate Reputation model works. Developers should note that, at this time, the API only supports Spanish language text.

Google Chromecast iOS

The API for Google Chromecast iOS supports Apple mobile devices to display entertainment in a TV screen. Within Google developers site, users can access guides to design, send, and receive media. Available in the reference section, API overview, Chrome API, and iOS API.

Google Chromecast Android

The API for Google Chromecast in Java supports Android devices with the aim to display mobile entertainment in a TV screen. Documentation includes classes to interact with Google cast devices, instructions to access Google APIs, and tools to facilitate support. The sample section allows to import code from GitHub and download examples from Android studio.

Google Chromecast

Google Chromecast is a Google device that displays mobile entertainment in a TV screen. The API offers documentation to interact with the sender or media content and to work with the receiver or the display screen. Sender API reference covers parameters for configuration, requests, and all that is related to media (volume, display, TV show). Receiver API consist of parameters for cast receiver, media playback, and possible properties (connected, inactivity, standby). Available index of all classes and functions. More info about how to support Cast API supported by Google includes sample apps and developer resources.


The Forte API allows developers to integrate its payment platform into their projects. Specifically, the API allows users to send queries, retrieve detailed object information, and update or delete customer and transaction records. Forte offers a single-source payment processing solution that accepts all major card brands and is capable of handling recurring transactions.

Flipkart Affiliate

The Flipkart Affiliate API allows affiliates of the Flipkart e-commerce website to integrate with its services. Methods are available for retrieving product feeds, Deal of the Day offers, top offers, and more. Flipkart is an online megastore and one of India's top e-commerce websites. It offers more than 20 million products across categories that include books, apparel, jewelry, office supplies, home appliances, and many more.

3D Hubs Teleport

The 3D Hubs Teleport API allows anyone to send their model to one of 16,000+ public printing locations around the world. The API uses JSON or XML for requests and returns, with a maximum request size of 128 MB. Teleport authenticates via OAuth1 and requires a Consumer Key and Secret. Register with 3D Hubs to receive your credentials. See the API documentation for more information on how to get started with Teleport.

VIMOC Technologies

The VIMOC REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of VIMOC with other applications. Some example API methods include retrieving site information, looking up sites, and managing site specifications. VIMOC Technologies is a ubiquitous landscape computing platform that connects the Internet of Things and places.

Nexmo Developer

The Nexmo Developer API is a REST based API that developers can use to perform account management task. This service can return either in JSON, or XML. Nexmo is a cloud company that provides enterprises to connect with customers via SMS & Voice wherever they are in the world.

Dialogfeed XML Social Aggregator

Dialogfeed XML Social Aggregator API allows aggregation of social sources and republishes them automatically, or through owner moderation, through a social wall or API (JSON / XML). This API is fee based with different levels and payment options. Authentication is through unique user idea and requires an API key.