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Few companies have fully leveraged the benefits of machine learning until the rise of companies making such APIs available. PhD APIs pack the power of a team of doctoral students and researchers. In this article, we take a look at the business value offered by such APIs.
OpenJaw Technologies, a leading online technology partner for the world's biggest travel brands, has launched the OpenJaw Tribe Developer Community which provides developers access to the OpenJaw t-Retail Platform as well as to a variety of tools and resources that help simplify the integration of the platform into third-party applications.
Back in May 2011 Canadian YPG launched their developer ecosystem, which Programmableweb covered at the time, "to support and stimulate startup innovation in the local search and location based services market, including a certified developer program and four ways to monetize applications." Fast forward 20 months and the ecosystem now has 2,300 API-related partners, according to Mashery's Devon Biondi.
||The FriendlyRobot Nickname API provides existing chat bots with personalization capabilities. After each call, the API transforms names into nicknames. American nicknames, European nicknames, and...||Names||02.11.2017|
Texas State Water Plan
||This API powers the interactive state water plan application. All methods are available via standard HTML requests and are CORS-enabled so that cross-browser requests can be made. All water volumes...||Water||01.30.2017|
PushSpring Data Partner
||The Data Partner API provides a way for PushSpring to ingest partner data and make it available for PushSpring Audience Console customers to use when building custom segments. It allows a data...||Mobile||01.29.2017|
Word Associations Network
||The Word Associations Network API allows developers to embed the ability to find associations for a word or phrase into their mobile apps or web services. Words are grouped by semantics, meaning, and...||Natural Language Processing||01.28.2017|
||With the Keystroke Resolver API, users can assign Chrome keyboard events to Atom-style keystrokes. This API was created to help address issues related to unusual international keyboard behaviors as...||Tools||01.22.2017|