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Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Cryptocurrency, Games, and Payments. Highlights include the CarbonDoomsDay API which provides CO2 levels public data for applications and the MakePrintable API for analyzing 3D printable content. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
CarbonDoomsDay tracks climate change, global warming, and air pollution as measured by growing atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2 levels in the air). The CarbonDoomsDay Web API allows applications to access climate change -related data including carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere measured by NOAA scientists from Mauna Loa, Hawaii. The API enables anyone to enhance NOAA's carbon dioxide data by building charts, sensor networks, and more. The CarbonDoomsDay API is listed under the Climate category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Climate APIs.
BluePay is a secure payments processing platform. The company offers the BluPay API to integrate secure online payments portal in applications. Integration can be accomplished as a payment module plugin, embedded payment form, or full payment integration. A sandbox testing environment is available on request. The BluePay API is listed under the Payments category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Payments APIs.
BCL Technologies' easy PDF API allows developers to convert and manipulate PDFs from within any application. To generate high-quality PDF files, run PDF API Action Center, select features to generate the programming code with custom settings, and then insert it into an application. Developers must register for full API documentation. The BCL easy PDF API is listed under the PDF category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of PDF APIs.
The KBA API is an API that returns German vehicle data based on its KBA (“Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt”) code. The vehicle data returned includes the make, model, engine power and capacity, the Tecdoc KTypeID and a representative image. Data is provided in both XML and JSON format. This API is listed under the Auto category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Auto APIs.
GunBroker.com is the largest online firearms auction platform. The GunBroker REST API allows developers to programmatically interact with the platform. Developers can use the API to create mobile sites that display GunBroker.com queried item results, and manage accounts. The GunBroker.com developer portal includes the GunBroker.com Sandbox test environment for testing selling, bidding, and buying functions in production. This API is listed under the Weapons category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Weapons APIs.
Bitlish is a multicurrency exchange marketplace for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency markets. Developers can use the RESTful Bitlish API to build applications for interacting with the Bitlish exchange platform. The API supports OrderBook, Ticker, OHLCV, and Transaction History integrations. Its documentation provides HTTP and Websocket endpoints. The Bitlish API is listed under the Cryptocurrency category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Cryptocurrency APIs.
Bibox is a Chinese digital asset exchange marketplace. The Bibox API provides a RESTful Access to the Bibox trading platform. The API conveys requests about users, transfers, market data and more in URI Query String/CRUD format. The Bibox API is also listed under the Cryptocurrency category.
MakePrintable is a service for engineers, architects, and 3D makers to analzye, repair, and finalize 3D printing models. The MakePrintable API allows developers to integrate features for making 3D models printable into their applications, systems, and workflows. This API includes methods for analysis, repair, hollowing, polygon count reduction, transformation, and more. MakePrintable is available for free or with a paid subscription depending on the level of use. The API is listed under the 3D category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of 3D APIs.
MBLSMS can send messages to recipients in more than 200 countries. The MBLSMS API allows developers to integrate bulk SMS services into their applications. API users can send simple or advanced SMS, request a delivery report by customer ID or system ID, and get the balance of an account. This API is listed under the Messaging category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Messaging APIs.
The FakeJSON API is used to generate fake data for third-party applications. The API creates test data for mocking purposes, and returns information in JSON format. The FakeJSON API is free to start, and is filed under our Testing category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Testing APIs.
Faretrotter allows users to compare transportation fares in cites, airports, waterways, and rail. The RESTfful Faretrotter API returns data on places, flights, trains, buses, and more. API endpoints support flexible geolocation parameter inputs, as well as multimodal and unimodal transportation, specified places, and travel companies. API access is available to select partners only, and is listed in our Travel category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Travel APIs.
Envoice allows users to accept payments from Paypal, Stripe, Payoneer, Square, and Klik & Pay and can also handle debit and credit cards. The Envoice API allows developers to automate the invoicing process. It can be used to perform basic create, read, update, delete (CRUD) operations on invoices, as well as change or check an invoice's status. The Envoice API is listed under the Invoicing category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Invoicing APIs.
The Steamworks Web API allows players to verify credentials, checks if users own an application, retrieves statistics, achievements, and leaderboard scores, and performs in-game purchases. The API requires an API Key to make callbacks that return JSON responses, and is listed under the Games category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Games APIs.