The Cambridge Dictionaries Online Ruby Library is one of the API Client Libraries offered for Cambridge Dictionaries APIs which can be used to retrieve dictionary data. This library can be integrated into Ruby applications. Cambridge Dictionaries Online is a top online resource for online dictionary and thesaurus needs for learners of English. The Cambridge Dictionaries Online API gives developers access to a range of dictionaries and dictionary resources in a multitude of English language learning for other languages. The API provides developers unique tools to search, retrieve entries, get pronunciations, browse thesaurus topics, access the Word of the Day, and much, much more.
Huddle, the online project management and group collaboration service, has been releasing new Huddle API updates quite frequently. Huddle employs an agile development process with a two-week release cycle, so Huddle users and community developers are becoming accustomed to seeing new features and bug fixes regularly. We've created a new Huddle API profile to track this API.
The Cliflo API from New Zealand's National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) gives access to data from 6,500 climate stations maintained by the government of New Zealand. The API webpage notes that access is by subscription, though the cost is free, suggesting that only registration and agreement with the terms and conditions are required. Access to data gathered by Pacific Island stations is restricted by agreement with Pacific Island countries. However it is possible to obtain access by permission.
Firebase, real-time backend for web application development, originally launched a little over a year ago. Since its launch, Firebase has remained in beta while it continued to improve its service and build a customer base. Over the past year, Firebase has added features, functionality, and thousands of customers. Accordingly, Firebase has announced it is leaving its beta stages behind and publically launching as a full-fledged paid product.