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Mashups using the same API (1896)
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A news aggregator that aggregates popular links from popular social networks. Newzupp continuously crawls through the social networks to pull out the latest stories. The home page is a mashup of such...
Book trends for publishers using the Amazon API. Retrieves current and historic sales rank data for Amazon book titles, displaying trends in graphic and numeric form for each analysis and decision...
In this first of a series of articles about encouraging API adoption, I talked with Blair Beckwith, Developer Advocate and App Store Lead from Shopify. Shopify is an e-commerce platform for selling just about anything you can think of from 50 Cent's headphone collection to fancy, leather laptop bags. There are two kinds of "developer" on Shopify: 1) those who create templates that dictate the look and feel of a site, and 2) those who create add-ons that are available in the shopkeeper add-on store. In this article, I'm going to concentrate on the second one, the add-on developers.
The Mobpartner API allows this global affiliate marketing platform to monetize you unfilled traffic in over 200 countries. Working with advertisers, marketers and publishers, Mobpartner has both REST and S2S HTTP APIs. Mobpartner uses as CPA model that allows for CPS, CPL and CPI actions. Responses are XML, JSON and XHTML, or directly through an XML feed.
There's always been a little annoyance on the end of affiliate APIs, those that pay developers money for referring buyers. In exchange for a potential sale, developers have to send their users to the company's site to complete the transaction. In the future, many of those purchasers will be able to remain using the developer's application for the length of the sale. We're a step closer to that future with a new release from API management company Mashery (a ProgrammableWeb sponsor). Mashery customers can now process transactions through their APIs, which means the potential for applications with lower barriers between a customer and a sale. And yes, that little annoyance at the end of affiliate APIs could be going away.
||The Recruitee Public API provides a way to show company's jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job's questions and includes; name, email, phone and more. The...||Human Resources||04.17.2017|
||The Recruitee Private API provides a way to show company’s jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job’s questions and includes; name, email, phone and more....||Human Resources||04.17.2017|
Recruitee Careers Site
||The Recruitee Careers Site API provides a way to show company’s jobs and add new candidates to jobs. It allows you to access answers for the job’s questions and includes; name, email, phone and more...||Human Resources||04.17.2017|
ParallelDots Text Classification (Taxonomy)
||The ParallelDots Text Classification (Taxonomy) API can help you understand customer behavior by categorizing conversations on social networks, feedback and other web sources. Search engines,...||Classification||04.12.2017|
||Unified APIs for inventory, carts, the checkout process, payments and more, so you can focus on creating seamless customer experiences at any scale. Moltin is a SaaS cloud based eCommerce platform...||eCommerce||04.11.2017|