Mashups using the same API (1)
Developers have always exercised more influence over all things IT than generally acknowledged. But now it looks like the reach of that influence is starting to extend well into business and society itself. A new survey of 1,000 software developers in the U.S. published today by Chef, providers of an open source framework for automating the management of IT, finds that 94 percent of the developers surveyed expect to be a revolutionary influence in major segments of the economy during the next five years. Additionally, 63 percent feel a talented software developer has more power to change society than a talented public speaker.
The 2016 presidential has been a hot topic of conversation in the past two weeks. Many issues came to light largely due to the many controversies surrounding the election. Many of the controversies were a result of fake news though, a real problem that technology must address.
Of the many APIs we published this week, eleven were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we'll toss those eleven into the spotlight.
||This Webhook API is an HTTP POST that occurs when certain events happen in Elemeno. Set up a Webhook to fire when a content item is published, unpublished, or deleted. Elemeno is a content...||Webhooks||01.20.2017|
Acquia Lift Push
||The Acquia Lift Push API allows you to receive information in real time when a visitor to your website enters a segment in which you're particularly interested. The notification messages that the...||Application Development||01.19.2017|
Acquia Lift REST
||This API enables integration between Acquia Lift and other websites. Subscribers with access to Omnichannel can use a REST API to integrate their websites and applications with Acquia Lift. Acquia...||Cloud||01.18.2017|
Acquia Lift Decision
||This API enables you to set and review various administrative functions for how decisions about content may be shown to users. Acquia Lift includes several interfaces that you can use to interact...||Cloud||01.18.2017|