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We've recently added 14 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Internet of Things, Email and Security. Here, we summarize the new additions and how they can assist developers.
The YaaS developer portal from hybris software, an SAP company contains APIs for the services developers need to build anything in YaaS and for commerce functionality needed to build a storefront. Developers are urged to join hybris YaaS to build business services that reach other developers on YaaS, or to reach customers using the hybris Front Office.
The SAIFE Management Service pre-populates devices with public certificates and other information to ensure that all devices that need to communicate are well-known to each other. SAIFE Management API allows developers to create and manage secure communication networks. We've listed the SAIFE Management API under the Security category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Security APIs.
Besepa is a Spanish company whose main goal is to simplify the management of direct debits. SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) Direct Debit is a European system of rules and standards for merchants to collect payments. The Besepa API is a service for developers for the SEPA direct debit platform. We've listed the Besepa API under the Payments category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Payments APIs.
Mondo is a mobile-first bank and banking application. The company has released two APIs and is holding a hackathon with the aim of getting developers to test them. The Mondo REST API allows interaction with accounts of users of the banking application. Interactions include listing and retrieving transactions. The Mondo Web hooks API allows developers to incorporate real-time, push notifications of events occuring within an account, into their application. The APIs are currently in beta so interested developers should get in touch via the Mondo Twitter account.
UK-based mobile banking startup Mondo wants to hacktest their APIs / image: Eventjoy
MonitorHotels continually monitors hotel competitors for room rates. Their Rate Shopping Data API provides data used for displaying charts on the site and much more. The data is collected from a variety of sources and reviewed for accuracy. Near real-time data is collected all day long from cities worldwide, but mostly US and Europe. This API is listed under the Hotels category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Hotels APIs.
Spoonacular helps users find restaurants, products and recipes that fit their nutritional goals. Their Food API allows users to search recipes and products using natural language (such as "gluten free brownies without sugar"). Analyze recipe costs, find recipes by favorite ingredients, or what's in the fridge, classify recipes, and much more. We've listed this API under the Food category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Food APIs.
The Minecraft Server API is a RESTful API for querying Minecraft server status and statistics (such as playerlist and pluginlist). The API returns serialized arrays, JSON objects, and favicon. It is a simple service to integrate with existing websites. This API is provided by an independent developer named Filip Hruška. We've listed the API under Games. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Games APIs.
Byteplant provides email management and security solutions to customers from small businesses, large enterprises, and government agencies in more than 100 countries worldwide. Three APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory:
Byteplant Phone Number Verification API allows to recognize valid phone numbers from any part of the world. The API is useful to clean space, avoid disconnection, and update contact lists from customer databases.
Byteplant Global Address Verification works with JSON responses and an API Key to display verified global addresses. The API could help users maintain customer databases by cleaning data and forbidding fake addresses from being part of the company list.
Byteplant Email Verifier API allows integration into sign-up forms. Developers can implement the API in content management systems such as Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla to return a list of verified email addresses.