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Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things, Email and Games. Featured today are APIs from Split for deploying targeted software rollouts and from Mailsac for testing email services. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Split.io is a platform for deploying software rollouts. The Split API offers control over software rollouts with a switchboard for feature flags, targeted rollout plans and integrations. The API is used to build custom implementations, or to integrate it with a preexisting tool. Split gives providers an easier way to deliver specific features to targeted customers. This API is listed under the DevOps category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of DevOps APIs.
AviationData.Systems hosts data on 50,000 airports from 247 countries and all 7 continents. The AviationData.Systems Airports API allows developers to integrate global airport data into their web applications. The API mostly focuses on airport location data. It covers both large, international airports and small, local ones. This API is listed under the Air Travel category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Air Travel APIs.
Polynect is a gaming platform that provides multiplayer matchmaking functionality in games. The integration of the Polynect API (Beta) allows developers to integrate RESTful matchmaking interface for teams, roles and real-time data streaming capabilities in game applications. The API is listed under the Games category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Games APIs.
Mailsac is a disposable SMTP test server and email web client that allows anonymous, disposable, and free hosted email for a domain. The Mailsac API offers spam searching capabilities for all inbound Email. The API offers free support for custom domains, basic outbound transactional Email, websocket delivery for SMTP and forwarding. Mailsac is free for individuals and businesses can purchase a yearly license. The API is listed under the Email category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Email APIs.
The REST-based Phone.com API integrates virtual business phone functionalities such as HD Voice, conferencing, chat calls, group messaging, SMS, and Fax. The API can be used to make local, long distance, and international calls with a clear connection. Three pricing options are available and include toll-free number, integrated mobile app and unlimited users. The Phone.com API is listed under the Telephony category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Telephony APIs.
Kwik allows is an IoT service that allows customers to push a button to order products. The Kwik API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Kwik with other applications. Developers must register for an account in order to gain access to the API and documentation. The Kwik API is listed under the Internet of Things category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Internet of Things APIs.
Bitrise is a mobile application development, integration, and development service. The Bitrise Build Trigger REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Bitrise with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include managing webhooks, managing teams, and managing applications. The API is listed under the Application Development category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Application Development APIs.
O2 Czech Republic is a leading provider of telecommunications services including fixed-line and mobile networks as well as IP TV services. The company's O2 Socio Demo API allows developers to build apps that support the collection and analysis of socio-demographic data of particular locations and target groups. The API allows users to determine the number of people that visited particular locations--such as train stations--on a particular day, along with a breakdown of the demographic characteristics of people and duration of their stay. The O2 Mobility API supports the construction of apps that capture the movement of people between two places. It is functionally designed to provide access the previous day's data of the number of people that moved from a specified site to another, along with a breakdown of the duration of their stay. The APIs are listed under the Data category.