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Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Bitcoin, Open Data, and Collaboration. Highlights include the denoti API, which provides endoints for dozens of finance, economic, cryptocurrency and banking data and integration services. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Atlassian Stride is a cloud-based team business communication and collaboration tool similar to Slack. The Atlassian Stride API is a RESTful service that allows applications to send messages to conversations. Developers can use the API to build custom applications and bots enabled with the Stride UI via configuration pages, dialogs, glances and a sidebar. Users may configure applications in conversations, open custom dialogs in Stride, and enable the rendering of custom HTML in an app sidebar. The Atlassian Stride API is listed under the Collaboration category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Collaboration APIs.
denoti is a a financial data aggregator, and service provider that focuses on finance and North American bank rates. The denoti API allows developers to get financial datasets for markets, equities, commodities, bonds and currencies. The API includes multiple endpoints for Finance including cryptocurrency, bonds, commodities, futures, and more, plus endpoints for Economic indicators, trend analysis, as well as endpoints for Bank Rates including current and historical mortgages, loans, credit cards and more. The denoti API is a RESTful API with JSON response types, and is listed under the Financial category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Financial APIs.
Todoist is a service that allows users to manage their tasks across more than 10 different platforms and devices. The Todoist REST API allows developers to programmatically access most of Todoist's basic features for managing tasks and projects. Users can create recurring tasks, organize tasks by project, assign tasks to other people, and more. Todoist also offers the Sync and Sync Webhooks APIs, which enables efficient data sync between clients (such as Todoist mobile apps) and Todoist. The Todoist REST API is listed under the Tasks category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Tasks APIs.
The FACE Ohio API allows users to access campaign finance data for the State of Ohio. The Secretary of State's data feed contains campaign contributions and expenditures, and is available on the official website. Developers need to register for API and documentation access. The FACE Ohio API is listed under the Open Data category.
CryptoCompare provides access to live prices, charts, and market analyses of the world's top 65 crypto exchanges. The platform hosts more than 5000 trading pairs and over 1000 crypto currencies or assets in simple format. Developers can use the CryptoCompare API to integrate the functionality for accessing cryptocurrency pricing, OHLC, and volume data from multiple exchanges. The CryptoCompare API is listed under the Cryptocurrency category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Cryptocurrency APIs.
1Broker is a global trading platform for Bitcoin. The 1Broker Bitcoin Exchange API allows application integration of the 1Broker trading platform. It provides a broad scope of functionalities including get basic account data, manipulate open orders and positions, list position, and get market data. The API strictly uses simple HTTPS GET requests and returns responses in JSON format, and is listed under the Bitcoin category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Bitcoin APIs.
Also added to the Bitcoin category are three APIs from bitFlyer. bitFlyer is a Japanese digital currency exchange and marketplace for buying, selling, and spending Bitcoin. The bitFlyer Lightning API provides HTTP and real time endpoints for integrating bitFlyer in trading apps. The API conveys requests and responses in JSON format. The bitFlyer Chainflyer and the bitFlyer Echo API both also allow developers to build trading apps for the Bitcoin exchange and marketplace.
Zenloop is a Net Promoter Score (NPS) feedback platform for eCommerce and other websites and applications. The Zenloop API provides programmatic access and integration to a customer feeback platform. API methods are available to manage survey recipients, plus retrieve answers, surveys, and properties. This API is listed under the Feedback category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Feedback APIs.
The AppShift Mobile App Store API allows developers to interact with Apple iTunes and Google Play using a RESTful interface. The API can be used to find details on every app listed in the stores, view developers profiles for those apps, view category details and hierarchy, and track top apps, trending apps, editor's choice, and more. The API is listed under the Marketplace category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Marketplace APIs.