The Wolfram Alpha Python Library developed by Derik Pereira allows to access the The Wolfram Alpha webservice API as long as it supports web requests and XML. Due to the use of Python language, developers could work with a simple syntax, deep prototyping, and easy to use data structures. Such operations can facilitate dynamic computations of built-in data, algorithms, and methods, main features of the Wolfram Alpha API.
Today Yahoo announced the contest winners for the best uses of its SearchMonkey platform. SearchMonkey is a cornerstone of the Y!OS (Yahoo! Open Strategy) that we previously reported on when it was announced in April.
For anyone looking to find accurate and up to date information on vehicles, be it potential car buyers or dealers, Kelly Blue Book provides all the relevant data on car models, features and selling prices. It's an online service with an extensive database of car value data and vehicle information that is based on trusted and official information. The Kelly Blue Book InfoDriver API makes this data available to be integrated with other websites and applications.
MapQuest is inviting developers to take its MapQuest Static Map v5 API for a spin while in beta testing. The refreshed API has a handful of new features that should appeal to developers who rely on MapQuest's mapping tools. The beta is being offered for free through the end of 2016.