SportsDataApi is a library that provides a Ruby-language interface to the SportsData API. It currently supports calls for accessing NFL and NBA information. Additional calls are under development with the eventual goal of supporting the whole SportsData API.
Six APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Video, Messaging, and Currency. Highlights include the Moovly API for custom video creation integration and the Open Brewery DB API for retrieving beer and brewery data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
With the holiday weekend coming up in the U.S., avid divers may be making their way to their favorite spots. Dive.io is a web service designed for divers, so they can log their dives, share their favorite dive spots, and meet fellow divers. It's very specific, but it does its task quite well. It also has a nice API, allowing for integration of the service into, well, anything at all.
Some developers don't just love code that runs--they also like to get out and run, themselves. And, because they're developers, they love to collect statistics and track their progress over time. If you're one of those people, good news: online service MyFitnessPal has provided the MyFitnessPal API to help its users bring together all their data from various devices and apps in a single place.