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Have a look at what is new in the ProgrammableWeb directory for developers. Fifteen APIs have been added today, in categories including Spam, Travel, Bitcoin, Surveys, and Banking. One highlight today is the Basetrip API, which provides detailed International travel information to users.
The Microsoft Payment Request API is supported by Microsoft Edge and allows users to interact with a payment request UI, update a payment request, complete a purchase, and abort a payment request. Some of the information in the API's documentation refers to the pre-release product, which may change significantly prior to commercial release. This API is listed under the Payments category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Payments APIs.
The Basetrip API offers a variety of travel information by country including currency information, electricity (sockets & plugs), ATM locations, credit and debit cards information, driving data, dial codes, health related information, and emergency numbers. Additionally, Basetrip offers GeoJSON formatted data. The API is listed under the Travel category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Travel APIs.
A sampling of the travel data delivered via the Basetrip API Image Credit: Basetrip
Streetlayer is a REST API that can be used to verify international address data. Developers can use the API to clean a customer database, validate user data at the time it enters systems, build an address autocomplete system for applications, and mroe. The Streetlayer API is listed under the Addresses category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Addresses APIs.
With the Keystroke Resolver API, users can assign Chrome keyboard events to Atom-style keystrokes. This API was created to help address issues related to unusual international keyboard behaviors as interpreted by Chrome, particularly on Linux. This API is brought you by Atom Editor, a free and open-source futuristic text editor, and is listed under the Tools category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Tools APIs.
Netigate is an online survey platform. The Netigate REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Netigate with other applications. Some example API methods include listing surveys, managing surveys, and retrieving survey responses. This API is listed under the Surveys category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Surveys APIs.
Netigate provides an API for integrating with the survey platform Image Credit: Netigate
Follr is a free marketing system for sports teams and fan clubs. The platform allows fans to show support for teams or celebrities and connect with other fans. The Follr API provides tools for partners to integrate functions of the Follr platform into applications and access user profile data including contact information, employment and education and more. It is listed under the Entertainment category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Entertainment APIs.
Giosg.com is an AI powered service for adding customer service chat function to applications. The giosg API provides a way to access giosg.com for sending a new chat message, listing the user's chats, listing chat messages and more. It provides a way to access teams, customers, rooms, visitors, chat and more. The Giosg Reporting API allows developers to retrieve visitor statistics for chat rooms and retrieve treatment reports. The Giosg Real-Time Reporting API returns real-time statistics for user rooms returns a paginated collection of real-time statistics for operators. These APIs are listed under the Reporting category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Reporting APIs.
Brandfolder provides digital asset management (DAM) software that helps companies protect, organize, and optimize digital assets. The Brandfolder API offers programmatic access to the platform for customization and a more complex level of workflow. The Brandfolder API is listed under the Content Management category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Content Management APIs.
IBAN.com provides real-time identification, validation, and calculation of International Bank Account Numbers (IBAN). This API uses algorithmic formulas to determine the validity of an IBAN and features the validation of domestic bank code, IBAN issuer, and country-specific IBAN length, code, and structure, and the issuing bank's address. The API is listed under the Validation category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Validation APIs.
BitcoinToBankAccount.com facilitates the telegraphic transfer of Bitcoin-denominated currency to bank accounts within 24 hours. The Bitcoin to Bank Account API allows developers to integrate app- or Web-based wallets for receiving, verifying, converting, and transferring Bitcoin payments to bank accounts. This API is listed under the Bitcoin category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Bitcoin APIs.
Bitcoin To Bank Account API uses Stripe to handle bank transfers Screenshot: company
BILLSHARK provides intermediary bill negotiation services to customers seeking to bargain for lower subscription fees from service providers. The company negotiates lower bills on on behalf of subscribers of services such as cable TV and internet, home security, internet connectivity, satellite TV and radio, and wireless communications. The BILLSHARK Shark Connect API allows developers to integrate the BILLSHARK service into applications. This API is listed under the Billing category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Billing APIs.
The Mozilla Web Workers API is a browser-based API for handling Web workers, which are mechanisms for running script operations in a background thread of a Web application. This prevents such operations from blocking or slowing down the main thread with their processing requirements. This API covers dedicated workers, shared workers, service workers, chrome workers, and audio workers, and is in the Browsers category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Browsers APIs.
The Temp Email Address API supports the creation of temporary email accounts for specific purposes such as website service verification procedures. The API allows users to minimize exposure to spamming by deploying decoy temporary email accounts. Developers use the API to facilitate the programmatic management of webservice verification requests. The API is listed under the Spam category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Spam APIs.