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).
Jigsaw, has announced additions to their RESTful JSON and XML API as well as a developer program designed to enable developers to query, share, and resell Jigsaw’s community-contributed database of company data and contact information. They came onto the API scene in June 2008 with their declaration of "Data Independence Day", which focused on providing free access to their database of company information (more details at our Jigsaw API Profile).
One of the more subtle trends starting to emerge as 2014 approaches is that end users are increasingly self-servicing their data integration requirements. As integration services continue to mature in the cloud, the days of end users' dependence on developers to connect various sets of data are coming to a close. A case in point is Adeptia, a provider of data and application integration software that plans to extend the reach of its software directly to end users.