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Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Tools, Language, Database, and Politics. Here's a look at what's new.
Craft.ai is an AI engine created for developers, and is powered by a visual editor and the RESTful APIs. The Craft.ai API is an HTTP REST API that provides developers tools for using Craft.ai. Users can add contextual and personalized automation in mobile, Web and IoT applications.
Add context awareness and adaptive learning to mobile, web and IoT apps with Craft.ai API / image: Craft.ai
Mapme API is a RESTful builder tool for maps. Mounted as a service on Google Maps API, Mapme allows easy creation and customization of content on maps. Mapme maps can include layers, tags, moderation for crowdsourcing, activity feed, privacy settings, search, mobile compatibility, more.
Build custom maps without coding via Mapme. Import and Export maps with the API / image: Mapme
Languagelayer can detect the structural, textual, and semantic characteristics of different languages. It is a fully-documented, AI-based version that operates as a simple REST API that can analyze over 170 languages.
Fieldbook provides relational structure in a spreadsheet format. Fieldbook API provides developer tools for reading, writing records, and viewing, editing databases. Users can store content or configuration for apps and act as a quick back end. The Fieldbook API is categorized under Database. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Database APIs.
The Cricket [Unofficial] API is a project that is dedicated to providing an easy to use RESTful Cricket API for application developers. Match API is up and running and Player API will be available soon. This API provides live Cricket scores along with detailed information about a particular cricket match. We've listed this API under the Sports category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Sports APIs.
Recap Guide API helps track TV shows and episodes. Recaps of episodes are channeled on 50x frames and are listed in a flexible format that uses thumbnails to exhibit the order of episodes.
Pinpoint episodes by a still frame thumbnail image with Recap Guide / image: Recap Guide
Tallyfy is a platform used to execute and track business operations. The Tallyfy application transforms processes, documents and spreadsheets into easy-to-follow checklists. The Tallyfy API offers features such as building, copying and tracking processes, collaboration, and cross-platform functionality.
Country Data REST APIs are gateways to programs that process detailed data for different countries. These APIs can be used to access a variety of country-specific codes including ISO 3166, ITU dialing, and ISO 4217 currency. The APIs are provided by StableWeb, a Web hosting company. We've categorized the Country Data APIs under the Countries category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Countries APIs.
The US 2016 Elections API provides access to a data bank of up-to-date profiles and other crucial information of political candidates. It's powered by a dynamodb-driven AWS lambda information storage function. It is a free platform that is well documented and a fully supported release. We've categorized the US 2016 Elections API under the Politics category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Politics APIs.
QuickSet API from Universal Electronics aids the automatic detection and manipulation of home devices through a variety of portals such as HDMI, Infrared, and IP identities. It allows app developers to profile detailed information from the data transmitted by the smart gadgets detected in households. The API is filed under the Home Automation category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Home Automation APIs.