This Amazon Product Advertising library in Node.js supports APA API and request signatures. The main benefit of this work could be the node wrapper that performs HTTP requests, process responses, and parses XML. Because it takes care of those operations, is not necessary to make signatures from scratch. Resources include installation, quick start, and API documentation.
Stubhub, an online platform where users can buy and sell tickets, has just released its RESTful Stubhub APIs so developers can create applications to track inventory, retrieve event listings and more. Our directory lists 30 APIs related to tickets and some 150 APIs connected to events. Few are sellers bazaars like Stubhub, of course. But it's a thriving space.
Diffbot, a startup known for its data mining services, released a new API that will scan an e-commerce shopping page and parse information on a particular product. Developers can use the API in their web and mobile apps to find the best price on different sites, track merchandise availability or even migrate shopping sites to new platforms without having to deal with backend integration.
When we wrote about APIs fueling an "instant" frenzy, there were only four mashups in our directory tagged instant. We've added more than that just this week, taking our total to 16 instant mashups. But the most common type of instant mashup may surprise you.