Mashups using the same API (2)
In what is surely a sign of the next big thing, there's now an API named after Mark Wahlberg, or at least his 1990s rap alter ego. The Marky Markdownifier API can't promise the good vibrations of a dance party from yesteryear, but it sure can convert HTML pages to markdown. And really, in 2012, no bunch is funkier than a developer tool that both consumes and provides an API.
It's a good time to be a Facebook developer, because the social network keeps adding new ways to interact with their Facebook platform. Along with the create application API we covered, there's an improved events interface and the long-awaited ads API.
||Fanburst allows users to access and stream music uploaded by thousands of artists. Track upload limit is 1GB in size. There is no limit on how many tracks you can share. The Fanburst API allows...||Music||08.07.2017|
RiteKit Emoji Suggestions
||The RiteKit Emoji Suggestions API accepts text which is then converted to a list of related emojis. The API can be used to integrate improved engagement options when posting to social media. RiteKit...||Social||08.07.2017|
RiteKit Company Logo
||The RiteKit Company Logo API returns a logo based on a registered domain. The API can be used to customize interfaces based on email domains. RiteKit offers a free plan that limits calls to 1,000 a...||Social||08.07.2017|
RiteKit Hashtag Stats
||The RiteKit Hashtag Stats API returns information about specified hashtags. The API supports real-time data for up to 100 hashtags and the following parameters are available: tweets per hour,...||Social||08.07.2017|
||The ZeroFox API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of ZeroFox with other applications. Public documentation is not available; API access comes with account service. ZeroFox...||Security||07.14.2017|