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Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Wearables, Customer Service, Financial and Jobs. Highlights include the Capital One Customer Transactions API, which allows customers to view their credit card information within a third-party application. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Capital One Dev provides open source integrated financial software solutions. The Capital One Customer Transactions API provides tools to provide customers with access to view their Capital One credit card and bank account transaction data within an application. One example of use is within a Partnership with Intuit, wherein this API allows users to connect Capital One credit card and bank accounts with the appropriate Intuit service. This API is listed under the Credit Cards category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Credit Cards APIs.
Polar provides lifestyle and sports wearables and data for athletic performance, rehabilitation and weight management. The Polar AccessLink API allows developers to obtain a direct information sharing link between the Polar ecosystem products such as health trackers or smart watches and and organization's own data system. Developers can use the API to create third-party applications with data collected via Polar. The Polar AccessLink API is listed under the Wearable category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Wearable APIs.
ExpertRec is a site search and product recommendation service that uses advanced AI (Artificial Intelligence) and Machine Learning algorithms. The ExpertRec Item Data Feed API allows developers to retrieve metadata attached to an item. This metadata may come from the end devices or the backend and includes data used for scoring or filtering search results and recommendations. The ExpertRec API is listed under the Recommendations category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Recommendations APIs.
DarkMindFX provides news, analysis, information and opinions on Forex (foreign currency exchange) and trading. The DarkMindFX Filings API allows applications to obtain a list of all currently supported regulators, get a list of all companies supported per given regulator, get a list of available filings for each company and more. This API is listed under the Financial category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Financial APIs.
Shopp!ng provides eCommerce solutions for merchants and developers with productivity, logistics, and Geo-location functionalities. The Shopp!ng Delivery Cloud API connects an application with logistics companies. Developers need only to send GET requests in order to obtain information such as destination, delivery service, cost, and payment mode. Also available, the Shopp!ng External Communication Microservice API, which is used to send email messages. Both APIs are listed under the eCommerce category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of eCommerce APIs.
Curbside is a retail fulfillment service. The Curbside ARRIVE service lets retailers accurately predict when customers arrive to pick up products. The Curbside ARRIVE API is used to manage the lifecycle of trips related to retail experiences. This can include online-to-offline pickup experiences, alerting store employees when a customer is near, having reserved items ready for customers upon arrival and more. It is especially useful for restaurant to-go orders. The API is RESTful and can be used with the iOS ARRIVE SDK or Android ARRIVE SDK. This API is listed under the Customer Service category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Customer Service APIs.
Fareportal offers a suite of travel APIs that works with the backend of new and existing travel programs that include search and booking for flights, hotels, and rental cars. The Fareportal API provides developers with methods for search, fare rules, booking and more. The Fareportal API is listed under the Travel category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Travel APIs.
eFinancialCareers provides financial services and careers websites for companies like investment bankers, traders, asset managers, relationship managers, treasurers, risk managers and more. The eFinancialCareers Job API allows applications to integrate with the career job service provides methods for job location, job edits, retrieving jobs, deleting jobs and more. The eFinancialCareers Resumes API enables third party companies to search for resumes, look through the full resume views and download resumes at eFinancialCareers. Both APIs are listed under the Jobs category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Jobs APIs.
The Serp API allows developers to access and integrate real Google search results with other applications and to create new applications. The main API method is returning Google search results based on set queries such as coffee and location such as Seattle. The API uses HTTP GET requests and returns results in JSON. We've listed this API in the Search category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Search APIs.