HeyWatch PHP Client Library is a library for encoding videos using PHP programming language. With this Library, developers will be able to integrate the HeyWatch web service and API into their PHP based projects.
The most popular video API is about to become more popular. As just announced by Googe's Jim Patterson on the YouTube blog, YouTube Everywhere, the YouTube API has just been upgraded with some very powerful new features.
Twitch made API news this week with new endpoints and a developer invitation to discuss rate limit increases. The new endpoints allow developers to get and create clips, and retrieve the top games on Twitch. Twitch opened a dedicated email box specifically for fielding rate limit increase requests.
No one needs an introduction to YouTube, which is by far the largest social video site. The YouTube API was first released in 2005, which seems like a long time back in the API timeline. At the recently concluded Google I/O 2012, YouTube officially announced a series of new APIs and enhancements that focused on mobile video, user engagement and Analytics.