Mashups using the same API (358)
CallCollector is a virtual voicemail box to collect calls from fans, customers, groups, or whatever you need it for. A business may use it as a complaint...
FixMyCity DC provides a tool for reporting public services issues (downed trees, potholes, etc.) to the city of Washington D.C. and received an honorable mention in the Apps for Democracy competition.
The Think About It,"TALK" About It Show (TATAI), is a radio talk show that allows the caller to interact with the radio host live about current events and other issues. Live interviews with...
When it comes to interacting with customers, timing is key. Leave it too long, and you've probably lost a business opportunity. Appointment.com is an online appointment and event scheduling service that allows customers and company staff to book and manage appointments at any time, from any location; no more missing out on an opportunity because no one was available to answer the phone or return a message. The system gives companies a little extra when it comes to customer service and convenience, and the Appointment.com API makes it possible for businesses to integrate this into their own websites, providing a seamlessly integrated solution for their users.
Voice is considered the next great user interface, but the challenge is finding a way to cost effectively enable its use. At the APIcon 2014 conference this week, Alex Lebrun, co-founder and CEO of Wit.AI, showed how developers can make use of an API to add voice-recognition capabilities to their applications.
One of the unfortunate choices that developers have been required to make over the years is deciding whether to take advantage of the native capabilities of a mobile computing platform or rely on a Web-based approach that makes it simpler to leverage one code base across multiple platforms. Looking to put that issue to bed once and for all, Embarcadero Technologies today announced AppMethod. AppMethod is an application development platform that makes use of objects to allow developers to invoke the native capabilities of any mobile computing platform within the context of a single code base.
||The FlockOS API is a Chat Operating System that enables developers to build apps, bots and integrations on top of Flock, a team messenger service. It is available in JSON and XML formats and...||Messaging||01.03.2017|
||The UtilityScore REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of UtilityScore with other applications. Some example API methods include displaying utility costs and scores on...||Tools||12.30.2016|
||The Moesif API allows developers to ingest your API event data, with Key and ID as authentication factors. Moesif is a hosted service to debug REST APIs and integrated app. Open source SDKS and...||Tools||11.22.2016|
W3C Web Workers
||The W3C Web Workers API is a specification that defines an API for spawning background workers to run scripts in parallel to a web application's main page. This allows developers to use message-...||Tools||11.07.2016|
||The Augeas API configures files in C language. It can parse native formats, providing command line tools, tree representations, and XML format as resources. Available bindings for Ruby, Python, OCaml...||Editing||11.07.2016|