JRAW (the Java Reddit API Wrapper) is a Java Wrapper authored by Matthew Dean, or also referred to as thatJavaNerd. Documentation can be found on Github. While this wrapper is in experimental stage, some of its highlighted features are: Full multireddit and captcha support, Get random posts, trending subreddits, and subreddits, Mini HTTP framework that wraps OkHttp, and Basic site actions (such as login, vote, submit, and comment).
Atlassian, a leading collaboration software provider, has announced the official release of version 2.0 Bitbucket REST APIs, which includes a brand new Pull Request API, new functionality and other improvements.
Late last month, ProgrammableWeb reported on the second annual Hackomotive competition presented by Edmunds.com. The annual three-day event brings together automakers, developers, and others in the automotive industry to develop new products that deliver a better car shopping experience. The winners of the 2014 Hackomotive contest have been announced, and Carcode.me, a Seattle company, took the top prize.
Last week I read an article written by Kin Lane's Lack of Pinterest API is a Lack of API Business Strategy. The article points out that Pinterest has been developing a public API since May 2011. Though there once was API documentation for Pinterest, the company has yet to officially make the Pinterest API available to the public.