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Twenty APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Printing, Payments, Banking and Security. Highlights today include several APIs from Mambu for banking services and an API from InfoTrie that tracks sentiment about stocks and news trends. Here's a look at the new additions.
Developers can allow apps to purchase custom printed items like shirts, hats, mugs and iPhone cases via this API from Cimpress. This API is listed under the Printing category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Printing APIs.
Create and sell customized products for your brand with Cimpress API Image Credit: Cimpress
The Images Optimizer API provides developers a tool for simple image optimization. Developers can resize and optimize images with this API. The supported image formats are JPEG, GIF and PNG. The API is listed under the Optimization category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Optimization APIs.
Noodlio offers a simple payment system that allows users to accept payments on websites, applications, or even via Twitter. The Noodlio Pay API's RESTful architecture allows apps to initiate instant API requests for validating input data and applying charges on purchases. The API uses Stripe for instantaneous transfer of funds to destination accounts. The Noodlio API is listed under the Payments category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Payments APIs.
Noodlio Pay essentially replaces app server-side for simplified payment function Image Credit: Noodlio
Developers use the InfoTrie iFeed API to integrate sentiment tracking capabilities in applications. Developers can use the API to gain access to news sentiment about financial stocks and other trending topics. Content include more than 50,000 listed and unlisted stocks, forex markets, commodities trading, and trending topics and people. It allows users to access selected data or daily time series for any index stretching 17 years. This API is listed under the Sentiment category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Sentiment APIs.
Raygun provides software intelligence and peformance monitoring solutions. The Raygun Pulse Sessions API supports the retrieval of Pulse sessions from applications. Use the API to retrieve user sessions and crash reporting information. This API is accessible to users with Raygun enterprise plans. The API is listed under the Performance category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Performance APIs.
Raygun Pulse Sessions API can be helpful for tracking customer experience on apps. Image Credit: Raygun
Payfort is a payment platform focused on the Middle East area. The Payfort Rest API allows developers to integrate payments into merchant applications. JSON formats are available to perform callbacks that display amount, customer, language, payment and signature in return. The Payfort API is listed under the Payments category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Payments APIs.
Pritunl is an enterprise distributed OpenVPN Server. The Pritunl API integrates enterprise VPN services through Python source code. Developers can install a MongoDB database before the interaction process to install, configure, and connect indirectly. Use the API to access a private network, multi-host servers, replicate servers, configure sites, and advertise with Amazon Web Services. The Pritunl API is listed under the Security category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Security APIs.
Mambu provides a platform of financial management tools across all functions of a financial institution including basic payment transactions and lending. There are several APIs for interacting with the Mambu platform including:
Mambu On The Fly API retrieves data with custom filters. Devlopers can integrate the API to obtain clients, search, transactions, notifications, and journal entries by filtering results.
Mambu Clients API retrieves, views, stores, creates, and updates clients. Linked data may include their address, custom fields, and identification documents. Use the API to search a client by first name, last name, birth date, id document number, and branch ID.
Mambu Images API integrates image retrieval into financial applications.
Mambu Notifications API allows users to receive notifications when accounts were created and search for notifications to a specific user within a specific time range.
Mambu Custom Views API retrieves custom views or entities by filter. Developers can use the API to filter custom views of clients, groups, loans, deposits, and transactions.
Mambu Transaction Channels API retrieves a list of all transaction channels in the organization via JSON format.
Monax is the company behind Eris, an open source Universal Blockchain Platform. The Monax API provides an ecosystem for application developers, allowing to build, ship, and run blockchain-based applications. The Monax API is listed under the Application Development category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Monax APIs.
Aqilla is an accounting platform. The Aqilla API provides accounting on the cloud solutions for enterprises. Developers can integrate spreadsheets, reports, document management via Microsoft Excel and SalesForce CRM. The Aqilla API is listed under the Accounting category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Accounting APIs.