Mashups using the same API (822)
BlastFollow is a service that enables Twitter users to find other Twitter users who share their interests and follow them with just a couple of clicks.
One stop shop for Twitter Profile statistics. Tracking Followers, Influence, Tag Clouds and Popularity on the Twitter platform.
Provides the latest hot news on the Web from different popular sources including Twitter and YouTube.
In an agile world where the majority of application development is now iterative the testing of applications has never been more important. After all, the impact of single undiscovered error can now be easily compounded through multiple iterations of an application; making it that much harder and expensive to discover and fix later on.
It only seems right that people blogging via Blogger would be able to take advantage of AdSense features for their blogs - both are Google products, after all. Now they can. Google has used their AdSense API to provide more built-in monetization options for its Blogger members.
Java 9 Stack-Walking
||The Java 9 Stack-Walking API provides a stream of information in stack traces during the execution of a program. The API requires a Virtual Machine to capture a snapshot of the entire stack. This...||Application Development||03.29.2017|
||This API is a Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) standard for logging users into applications based on their sessions in another context. This single sign-on (SSO) login standard has...||Identity||03.21.2017|
||This Rest API is a system for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) that aims to simplify user provisioning and management in the cloud. It currently supports SCIM 1.1 and SCIM 2.0. Here are the...||Application Development||03.21.2017|
||The SDK.finance API offers integration with several financial products that help build eCommerce and merchant platforms. Integrated services include payment systems, payment processing, E-wallets,...||Financial||03.14.2017|
BitScoop Platform Data
||The bitScoop Data API is a Provider Map that can be used to configure individual endpoints which can be called directly. Outbound and inbound data transformations are configured on a per-endpoint...||Data-as-a-Service||03.02.2017|