Mashups using the same API (32)
SmartCommunicator is a service that organizes data, distributes messages, and turns messages into actions. With SmartCommunicator, businesses are able to connect to their customers via various means...
Spot-on is an online political ads and analytics tool that helps political campaign professionals to navigate the online social media world. Some of Spot-on's services include ad placement, capturing...
Discourse Analytics is an online social marketing platform that utilizes surveys, content consumption, social media, and conversations to communicate with and listen to their clients' audience. With...
One of the big shifts we see taking place here on ProgrammableWeb is how open APIs and mashups are moving from primarily a consumer Internet phenomenon to becoming a force in the enterprise as well. The whole rise of "enterprise mashups" exists at the confluence of a set of trends including software as a service (SaaS), cloud computing, and the model of web oriented architecture (WOA) in which the RESTful design principles that underly the Web itself are influencing enterprise architecture and design. To help provide a forum for learning about and discussing these topics, ProgrammableWeb and InfoQ have teamed up to offer a one-day event covering these emerging trends and practices: the Enterprise Web Conference. The event will be held in New York on October 28th and London on October 30th.
No matter how great an application may theoretically be, it’s increasing becoming apparent that the difference between success and failure is the quality of the end user experience that winds up driving actual usage of its API.
The Facebook Wall has fallen. Actually, didn't the social network lose the "wall" when it launched Timeline last year? Nevertheless, the Facebook API still had access to post updates (assuming the user gave the app permission). Effective immediately, Facebook is removing access to the writable wall, pointing developers to two alternatives that lead to less spammy outcomes.
||The Recruitee Public API provides a way to show company's jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job's questions and includes; name, email, phone and more. The...||Human Resources||04.17.2017|
||The Recruitee Private API provides a way to show company’s jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job’s questions and includes; name, email, phone and more....||Human Resources||04.17.2017|
Recruitee Careers Site
||The Recruitee Careers Site API provides a way to show company’s jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job’s questions and includes; name, email, phone and more...||Human Resources||04.17.2017|
||This API allows you to segment your customers, enrich your analytics pipeline, tailor messaging, and personalize experiences. It provides developers with the inferred attributes of any valid Twitter...||Social||04.17.2017|
ParallelDots Text Classification (Taxonomy)
||The ParallelDots Text Classification (Taxonomy) API can help you understand customer behavior by categorizing conversations on social networks, feedback and other web sources. Search engines,...||Classification||04.12.2017|