TextKey's JAVA library allows you to use REST API calls server-side from a Java backend. TextKey is an omni-factor authentication API that uses seven-factors of authentication to provide security for devices ranging from mobile to electronic door locks. TextKey works through using SMS service, unique code, cellular number, UDID, a single use URL, and an optional pin. TextKey uses Rest with a JSON response and SOAP. TextKey is free for ten users, and available for a monthly charge per user thereafter.
The latest beta release of Chrome includes support for W3C's Credential Management API. The API allows developers to store and sync sign-in information with a browser's credential manager. Chrome support and integration should cut down on the number of sign-ins required by a user while browsing.
Our API directory now includes 134 security APIs. The newest is the Universign API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Google OpenID API. We list 8 Google OpenID mashups. Below you'll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of security APIs.
Box APIs support everything from the way that Box and Office365 integrate seamlessly, to the 1,600 third-party applications in our app store. This API-first strategy has been incredibly successful, to the point where more than half of our monthly API calls come from third-party integrations.