Daily API RoundUp: FitBark, Rithmio, Laravel, Formidable Forms

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We’ve added 6 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Pets, Gestures, and Astrology categories, among others. Also added were some code samples for use with two fantasy sports APIs.

APIs

FitBark is a device and an application for monitoring a pet’s activity, health, behavior, and progress. The FitBark API helps pet care businesses and dog parents to monitor canine performance. The API features JSON protocols and requires OAuth2 authentication. The collar is available for pre-order.

FitBark device and application
FitBark provides a device and applications for monitoring a dog's activities / image: FitBark website

 

We’ve primarily categorized the FitBark API under the Pets category. See ProgrammableWeb’s complete list of Pets APIs.

Rithmio is a gesture recognition platform. The Rithmio REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Rithmio with other applications. Public documentation is not available so interested developers should sign up at the Rithmio website. We’ve listed the Rithmio API under the Gestures category.

Laravel, known as a PHP framework for web artisans, offers an API to integrate web features into applications. Site configuration, cloud account, and private networking are resources provided by Laravel Forge. Other tools include Cashier to simplify billing and Socialite to authorize with Facebook and Twitter. We’ve primarily categorized the Laravel API under the Framework category. See ProgrammableWeb’s complete list of Framework APIs.

Vedic Rishi is a company based in India that offers mantras, horoscopes, astrology, and match-making services. With the company’s Astro REST API, developers can access basic astro details, horoscope charts, pachang, vimshottari dasha, match-making, and numerology predictions. A PHP library is included. This API is listed under the Astrology category. See ProgrammableWeb’s complete list of Astrology APIs.

With Formidable Forms, users can generate a WordPress form in less than 60 seconds. This plugin offers an API currently in beta stage. The Formidable API include JSON and REST formats amd API Key access.

Formidable Forms WordPress plugin example
Create quick, attractive online forms with Formidable Forms / image: formidablepro.com

 

We’ve listed the Formidable API under the Forms category. See ProgrammableWeb’s complete list of Forms APIs.

2Captcha works with human-powered image recognition to authorize users. Developers can use the 2Captcha API to send an image to a server, get image ID, check if the CAPTCHA is solved, and confirm if the answer is correct. This REST API also provides statistics for accuracy rate of solving Captchas. We’ve primarily categorized the 2Captcha API under the Captcha category. See ProgrammableWeb’s complete list of Captcha APIs.

Clients

Yahoo Fantasy Sports PHP Sample Code aims to facilitate the interaction with the API data of fantasy football, baseball, basketball, and hockey. Includes game, league, team, and player information. The APIs are based on a RESTful model. Additional resources offer OAuth library use, OAuth flow without libraries, PUTs and POSTs, and public requests. More information available at Yahoo’s Developer website.

FantasyData collects and distributes sports data in real time. The FantasyData NFL code samples available on their website work with the NFL scores, stats, and news API. Languages include C#, Java, JavaScript, Objective-C, PHP, Python, and Ruby.

Joy Culbertson Joy Culbertson is a Content Producer, Writer, and Community Officer for ProgrammableWeb. She has been producing web content in the business technology sector since 2001. When she's not tweeting about APIs she enjoys watching baseball and exploring new places.
 

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