The LiveChat Ruby library shared as a repository by Alexandre Maia, contains the necessary elements to interact with the API such as installation and connection. An additional element includes a list of methods like agents, canned responses, chats, goals, groups, reports, status, and visitors. Under MIT license. Developers are invited to contribute to the project. For more info, contact developer firstname.lastname@example.org
ODesk claims to be the future of work, or more recently: "Work 3.0." So it should come as no surprise that the next version of work comes with an API. If you’re not familiar with the platform, oDesk provides contractors and companies with a hourly billing system which both verifies the work done for the company, and guarantees payment to the contractor.
Oddcast, innovative web and mobile marketer, has released a cloud based text-to-speech (TTS) API: Vocalware. Releasing the platform via API allows developers to extend TTS to any browser-based or mobile application. Vocalware intends to become the one stop shop for cloud based speech functionality.