Daily API RoundUp: PassiveTotal, HappyCo, Reincubate, BARRZZ, SnatchBot

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Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Security, Big Data, Email, Bots, and Gambling. A highlight today is the PassiveTotal API from RiskIQ which helps to thwart cyberattacks by proactively blocking malicious infrastructure. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.

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The RiskIQ platform offers active change notifications, attack prevention, and threat analysis. PassiveTotal is RiskIQ's cyber event investigation platform. The RiskIQ PassiveTotal API connects an existing application with a security management system which aims to block malicious infrastructure. Developers can create projects for status monitoring, endpoint monitoring, and to aid in the remediation process. The API follows REST practices, and data is exchanged in JSON. The API is listed under the Security category.

HappyCo is a real-time inspection, monitoring, and analysis platform for business assets. HappyCo services are targeted to Real Estate, Hospitality, Retail, Airports and Franchising. Happy API uses gRPC protocol to bridge the gap between software platforms. gRPC is a secure modern communication protocol open sourced by Google. The Happy API ensures developers can integrate with the HappyCo platform with minimum time invested and maximum reliability, providing enterprises with comprehensive workflows and reporting. This API is listed under the Integration category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Integration APIs.

Happy API provides fast integration and simplified coding to the HappyCo platform
Happy API provides fast integration and simplified coding to the HappyCo platform Screenshot: HappyCo

Pipeliner is a provider of CRM software. The Pipeliner API returns customer relationship management data. It is available in REST architecture with JSON encoded objects. With the API, developers can access information related to accounts, appointments, clients, contracts, currency, and pipelines. The API is listed under the Customer Relationship Management category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of CRM APIs.

Reincubate bills itself as "the app data company." Reincubate's Cloud Data API provides access to application and user data across various platforms, including Apple's iCloud, Google's Android, and Microsoft's Skype. The Cloud API makes app data readily accessible to developers, integrators and investigators. The API eases data connectivity and integration challenges to extract, manipulate and recover of data from platforms that are meaningful for business, and is primarily listed under the Cloud category.

The Kruispuntdatabank KBO API provides all company and business data of Belgium enterprises registered with the Belgium Kruispuntbank van Ondernemingen (KBO). It is available in REST architecture with JSON formats and API authentication Key. The API is listed under the Big Data category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Big Data APIs.

EmailCrawlr is an API that has functions to find out information associated with email accounts. The EmailCrawlr REST API allows developers to find all email addresses for a domain, return social accounts for an email, phone numbers, full name, and job title. The API can also be used to verify an emails deliverability. The EmailCrawlr API is listed under the Email category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Email APIs.

Lider Parking provides airport parking data, focusing on where to find the least expensive parking lots in Poland and Berlin, Germany. The Lider Parking REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Lider Parking with other applications. Some example API methods include retrieving parking by airport, booking parking, and showing offers. The API is listed under the Parking category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Parking APIs.

IMwallet connects to all major prepaid recharge facilities in India, including all mobile operators, DTH operators, and data card operators. The IMwallet Recharge API allows developers to integrate online mobile recharge services into their websites and applications. IMwallet also provides domestic money transfers and bill payment services for postpaid, landline, gas, electric, water, and insurance bills. The API is listed under the Payments category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Payments APIs.

Alacalc provides nutritional analysis for recipes and for food product labeling purposes. The Alacalc API allows developers to create full nutritional and costing breakdowns of recipes based on their ingredients from their own applications and websites. Alacalc can also be used to create accurate food labels. Since everything is stored online, users can access their recipes and information from anywhere at any time. This service is Food Standards compliant and USDA compliant. The Alacalc API is listed under the Nutrition category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Nutrition APIs.

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Image: A La Calc

Forex API provides foreign exchange rate data for applications and services. The Forex REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Forex API with other applications. API methods include retrieving rates by currency, retrieving different currencies, and setting base currency. The Forex API is listed under the Currency category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Currency APIs.

BARZZ.net is an online bar, restaurant and nightclub directory. The BARZZ API allows users to retrieve detailed bar and nightclub venue information including bar type, location, amenities, hours, daily specials, and more. Data is available for bars and venues in over 60 cities and regions across the USA and growing daily. Interested users can visit the online BARZZ website or download the BARZZ application to view bar and nightclub locations and information that is offered through the API, which is listed under the Bars category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Bars APIs.

Screenshots of the BARZZ app
Screenshots of the BARZZ app Google Play/BARZZ.net

SnatchBot is an Artificial Intelligence messaging bot builder tool. The SnatchBot API enables bot creation for mobile devices, and web apps to send and receive messages. With the SnatchBot API, developers can implement sentiment, extract URL, include statement, add multiple choice, await response, extract emails, and collect numbers. This API is listed under the Bots category.

Ladbrokes is a gambling and betting company based in England. The LadBrokes API returns data from online bets. It is available in REST architecture with JSON and XML as requests and responses formats plus OAuth authentication. Data available includes Sportsbook, Customer, Betting, and Banking. The API is listed under the Gambling category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Gambling APIs.

Valigara is marketplace software for jewelry sales. The Valigara API returns data of jewelry online sales. With the API, developers can integrate jewelry channels, gems inventory, and convert jewelry specs into marketing content. The Valigara API is listed under the eCommerce category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of eCommerce APIs.

The Twitter Account Activity Webhooks API offers subscription based real-time access to Twitter accounts. The API supports direct messages. Currently, The API supports 50 account subscriptions per webhook. Developers need to request access by submitting an application. The Twitter Account Activity Webhooks API is currently in Beta. The API is listed under the Tweets category.

Joy Culbertson Joy Culbertson is a Content Producer, Writer, and Community Officer for ProgrammableWeb. She has been producing web content in the business technology sector since 2001. When she's not tweeting about APIs she enjoys watching baseball and exploring new places.
 

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