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- This hack was created at [MoDevEast in Washington DC](http://blog.mashery.com/content/awesome-dc-hackathon-usa-today-hq-modeveast). It was designed to be a proof of concept of how you can use the...
- Cloud Elements is a cloud-to-cloud integration service that uses uniform APIs (â€œone-to-manyâ€) to connect your application with entire categories of services. Our Messaging Hub connects you to...
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