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Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Location, Time Tracking, Weather, and Virtualization. One highlight today is the meteoblue API for graphical weather synopsis information for locations. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Docker is an open-source platform to build, deploy, and manage containers for applications. Docker Cloud helps users build, ship, and run any application from anywhere. The Docker Cloud Websocket Streaming API and Docker Cloud HTTP REST API are available for developers and used by both the Web UI and the CLI. The Docker Cloud APIs are listed under the Application Development category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Application Development APIs.
The meteoblue API receives forecasts from direct HTTP requests to meteoblue servers. The API provides updated local weather information for places by latitude, longitude, and altitude (asl), and flexible requests adapted to user demand. The meteoblue API is listed under the Weather category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Weather APIs.
meteoblue API provides weather data including geo-coordinate forecasts, wind data, solar analysis / image: meteoblue
Packagist is the default repository for PHP packages installable with Composer (Dependency Manager for PHP). The Packagist API allows developers to list packages by organization, search and get packages by tag or name. The Packagist API is listed under the Database category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Database APIs.
Plumb5 is a marketing and customer analytics platform. The Plumb5 API allows users to track visitors, gain insights, collect leads, and engage with customers. Retrieve and manipulate data from Plumb5 for 3rd party apps with the API. The Plumb5 API is listed under the Marketing/a> category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Marketing APIs.
Prayer Times is an application built for Muslims who live in non-Islamic countries and cannot hear Adhan (or Azan)--the call to prayer--5 times a day. The Prayer Times API supports prayer calendar, geolocation, and current time. The Prayer Times API is listed under the Religion category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Religion APIs.
Geoparser.io API is a Web service that intends to disambiguate identified places mentioned in text and return GeoJSON with detailed metadata about the places found in the text. The Yahoo! BOSS APIs (including PlaceSpotter) were shut down on March 31, 2016. Geoparser.io currently offers a free tier to get started. This API is listed under the Location category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Location APIs.
Tempo is time, planning, and scheduling software designed to enhance the efficiency of JIRA, Atlassian's project tracking product. The Tempo for JIRA API lets developers implement planners, time sheets, accounts, and teams. The Tempo API is listed under the Budget category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Budget APIs.
The Amazon MWS (Marketplace Web Service) API is a specific service for people who sell on Amazon. The API offers sellers to swap information on orders, reports, payments and listings, to enable selling automation & grow business. We've listed this API under the eCommerce category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of eCommerce APIs.
The Urban Things Bristol API enables developers to integrate with Bristol and West England transportation data. Data includes real-time arrivals, departures, route maps, stops, trip planning, parking, and disruption info for any bus stop or train station. This API is listed under the Transportation category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Transportation APIs.
Connect apps with data about places and transportation in Bristol via Urban Things Bristol API / image: Urban Things
Open Telekom Cloud API by Deutsche Telekom provides developers with a way to create and manage Virtual Machines along side other APIs for VPC, ELB and other IaaS services. The API is listed under the Virtualization category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Virtualization APIs.
Kwilt API aggregates photos from 15 of the most popular photo sources from social media, cloud storage, and mobile gallery. It is available via HTTP, JSON, REST, and XML formats. The Kwilt API is listed under the Photos category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Photos APIs.
Kwilt API aggregates photos from Facebook, Instagram, Google Drive and 13 more popular sources / image: Kwilt
The Place Tracking API aims to provide a simple and open sourced JSON API for time and/or location tracking. The API intends to handle 3 objects: users, topics and actions to facilitate use in applications. The Place Tracking API is listed under the Time Tracking category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Time Tracking APIs.