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We've added 11 more APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Internet of Things, Identity, Payments, and Travel. One highlight today is the Fitch Finance Data API, which provides developers with archived, historical data for U.S. securities. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Nordigen provides an API to segment bank account transactions in 200+ categories. It aims to be useful for financial institutions with banking APIs (e.g. Yodlee, Instantor, Kontomatik), because they can retrieve transactions data from clients' credit score and account aggregation for PFM (personal finance management). The Nordigen API is listed under the Transactions category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Transactions APIs.
NetIQ is security, identity, and asset management software for enterprises and organizations. The NetIQ API integrates identity verification and user authentication into applications. It is available in REST architecture with JSON protocols. This API is categorized under Identity. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Identity APIs.
Dango allows developers integrate emoji predictions into applications based on the natural language processing tools that share neural networks. Developers can use the Dango API in group communication apps to transform natural text into custom emojis. The Dango API is listed under the Natural Language Processing category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Natural Language Processing APIs.
The Fitch Finance Data API allows programmatic access to archived securities data of the U.S. equities market. The digitized data that dates back to 1968 is stored in OHLCV format and summarizes the historical details of market performance of more than 20,000 stocks. The Fitch Data API is listed under the Financial category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Financial APIs.
CS-Cart is an online shopping cart service. The CS-Cart API is an open source technology that interacts with the CS-Cart store and is available using PHP/MySQL and Smarty. It will work with Windows and Unix-like operating systems, however, it is recommended to install CS-Cart on Linux or FreeBSD. This shopping cart software can be used either as a stand-alone website or as a part of an existing website. The API is listed under the eCommerce category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of eCommerce APIs.
The Fencer API is a geofence Web service for mobile apps, Web apps, and IoT. It offers "geofencing as a service". With the Fencer API, developers can create and manage geofences for applications or devices in quick, easy manner. In addition, they can query users' or devices' location relative to a geofence using the REST API. The Fencer API is listed under the Internet of Things category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Internet of Things APIs.
Rooftop is an API-first content management platform. The Rooftop CMS API is a WordPress solution that developers can use to implement CMS applications in any language. The API makes it easier for non-PHP developers to integrate WordPress functionalities in a CMS. The API is filed under the Content Management category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Content Management APIs.
Furkot is a road trip planning service. The Furkot API allows users to access detailed descriptions of their trip data, including the duration and designated stops of specific trips. The Furkot API is listed under the Travel category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Travel APIs.
Furkot API allows trip planners to optimize a hike for navigation and points of interest / image: Furkot/Twitter
NETELLER is an online payment platform. The NETELLER API lets developers add secure online payment and payment management services to their applications. Developers can use the endpoint for its sandbox environment to test the APIs integration prior to switching to its endpoint for live production. This API is listed under the Payments category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Payments APIs.
Users can securely deposit funds to their NETELLER account from credit cards / image: NETELLER
The myTomorrows Medical Trials and Patient Treatments API is a read-only service that allows users to discover treatment options and match patients with clinical trials and expanded access programs. This API draws on a database of trials and treatments with content taken from the 16 WHO Primary Partner registries and other public sources. The myTomorrows API is listed under the Medical category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Medical APIs.
Church Community Builder (CCBChurch) provides church management software. Their free API allows partners access to Church Community Builder's community features such as discussion forums, API documentation, tutorials, sample code, sample projects, and custom solutions as contributed by other members of the community. The API is listed under the Religion category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Religion APIs.