The Python Reddit API Wrapper, also known as PRAW, is a python package that provides accessibility to the Reddit API. PRAW aims to be user-friendly and designed in line with the rules of Reddit's API. PRAW is authored by Bryce Boe and provides clear and informative documentation and tutorials on the PRAW documentation page.
It may not have been the zombie apocalypse, but the recent government shutdown stopped the flow of open data via APIs and raised questions about how API developers and API providers can best handle a crisis in future. Now, 21 days later, we examine the impact and fallout of the shutdown, and look at how a similar situation could be avoided in both the US and anywhere that developers are making use of government open data in their API workflows.
Twitter has added alt text support to Twitter Cards and the Twitter REST API. Alt text is an important piece of metadata for those who are visually impaired as screen readers and browsers use alt text to explain to visually impaired users the content of each image on a web page.
The power of social media is something that businesses have and are quickly catching on to, as the amount of valuable data available from this source can play a big part in big business decision making. Buzzboot is a service that aims to seize this valuable information and create a tool to help businesses achieve more. It's a social media business platform that allows companies to retrieve, monitor, manage and evaluate relevant data from forums, blogs and social networks. Users can maximise this data mining extraction experience with the help of Buzzboot's API.