Daily API RoundUp: Apteligent, snabble, Privacy, Amatino, Textmunication

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Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Messaging, Intelligence, and Accounting. Featured is an API for self-checkout at retail stores and an API for troubleshooting User Experience issues. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.

APIs

TravelgateXis a travel marketplace that has launched HotelX, a hotel accommodation aggregation and booking API. The TravelgateX GraphQL API enables users to search for available hotel accommodations, obtain price quotes and reservation terms, and complete and manage bookings. To implement custom business logic, functionality is provided for customers to access management, pricing, commissions, currency exchange, and more. This API is under our Hotels category.

The TravelgateX HotelX API map shows API architecture

The TravelgateX HotelX API map shows API architecture. Image: TravelgateX

Blockchain WebHooks API is a service for developers looking to watch or monitor Bitcoin livenet or testnet (TBTC) wallet addresses for new transactions entering the blockchain, and POSTing tx data to the URL a user provides. Support for Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and more will be available in the future. The Blockchain WebHooks API is listed under the Bitcoin category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Bitcoin APIs.

ApiFlash is an API built on top of Chrome to capture screenshots of websites. The API will work with any major framework and programming language. This API almost scales infinitely as it's based on AWS lambda, and is listed in our Screenshots category.

Capture website screenshots with ApiFlash API

Capture website screenshots with ApiFlash API. Image: ApiFlash

Dracoon is a cloud storage service based in Germany and designed to build enterprise applications. The Dracoon API conforms to several certifications and seals such as ISO 27001. The API is used to integrate data exchange functionalities, workflow over email, and more file management related services. This API requires OAuth 2.0 for authentication, and is listed in our Cloud category.

BotDelive is a cloud communication platform for developers. The BotDelive API allows developers to send and receive two-factor authentication (2FA) and push notification via chatbots. This API is listed under the Authentication category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Authentication APIs.

Textmunication provides mobile marketing services and an SMS API to target the fitness club industry. The Textmunication SMS API allows developers to create communication services to help drive engagement, retention, and loyalty among users. The RESTful API also enables developers to gain insight on user interaction for marketing purposes. The Textmunication SMS API is listed under the Messaging category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Messaging APIs.

Apteligent is a mobile intelligence platform designed to troubleshoot, prioritize, and resolve issues related to user experience. The Apteligent API is a REST interface that exposes resources associated with error monitoring, app operations, performance management, transactions, and benchmarks. Data is offered in JSON format. Developers need to implement OAuth 2.0 in order to send requests from their applications. The Apteligent API is listed under the Intelligence category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Intelligence APIs.

Capture and interpret application data with Apteligent API.Video: Apteligent

Car Insurance Italy API can determine the current insurer, and insurance expiry date of a vehicle registered in Italy from its number plate. Developers can also determine from the API response if the vehicle is uninsured, or invalid. This API is listed under the Insurance category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Insurance APIs.

snabble is a self-checkout service for retailers. Consumers can use the snabble scanner to scan products and pay at self-checkout terminals. The snabble API integrates retail checkout capabilities with mobile applications. The REST API is used to retrieve shop details, products, orders, and more, and is listed under the Scanning category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Scanning APIs.

This is how the snabble self-checkout service works. Video: snabble.io

Amatino is an accounting service for applications. The Amatino API provides a way to store, organize, and retrieve financial data. This API can store transactions, generate balance sheets, perform foreign currency conversions, apply fine grained permissions, and more. The Amatino API returns data in JSON format and is listed under the Accounting category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Accounting APIs.

UpdateYourList is a self-service data append tool that allows users to enhance customer and marketing data. The DIY Portal REST WebAPI can be implemented so users may append phone numbers, mailing addresses, name, phone, and email addresses to contact records. This API is listed in our Contacts category.

Privacy is a payments product that keeps users' personal information private, providing a secure way to shop online. The Privacy API creates virtual cards that freeze, unfreeze, and set spending limits. Users can obtain real cashback rewards and take control of personal finances. The API is currently available for early access by request. It is listed under the Credit Cards category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Credit Cards APIs.

Screenshot: Privacy

Screenshot: Privacy

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