A Fitbit Node.js library by developer Guo Yu is available on Npm and Github. It contains simple code lines to install and links with API instructions from the official site to clarify any doubts. The Fitbit API affords to read and write methods to support health and fitness applications. For more info, contact author firstname.lastname@example.org
karmadata, a collaborative data service and platform, has announced the launch of the new karmadata App Gallery and the official release of "Indicate Investigators", an app that uses the karmadata API and is the first to be listed in the new App Gallery. As reported by ProgrammableWeb, karmadata officially announced the launch of the new karmadata website and industry data platform at the 2013 Data 2.0 Summit held earlier this year in San Francisco.
Unless you've tried to make a sports app, you might not realize how hard it is to get data about sports. And most sports are full of data about possession, assists and other sporty attributes. The Sports Data API aims to make it more available, at prices that should allow more apps to be able to afford including the data.
Some developers don't just love code that runs--they also like to get out and run, themselves. And, because they're developers, they love to collect statistics and track their progress over time. If you're one of those people, good news: online service MyFitnessPal has provided the MyFitnessPal API to help its users bring together all their data from various devices and apps in a single place.