Daily API RoundUp: Revelator, Slack SCIM, Social All, restdb

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Six APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in categories such as Music, Social and Database. Also new: a JavaScript SDK for Import.io data extraction API. Here's a rundown of the new additions.

APIs

Revelator is a music platform designed for artists, labels, and distributors. Revelator API allows developers to share or sell their music online. Users can upload their music to the Revelator cloud, get it heard on top digital stores and services, and sell it. Data visualizations and tracking are also provided.

Revelator music service has an API for developers

Upload, share, sell, promote and track music sales with Revelator / image: Revelator
 

Revelator API is listed under the Music category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Music APIs.

SandKlock develops e-commerce, data mining, and social network software. Their SocialAll API is a social media unifier, and combines several social networks with their respective functions, including log in, invitations to join, and publishing content. It features analytics, and offers one plan that supports 10,000 requests per month.

Diagram explains SocialAll API / image: socialall.io
 

We've categorized the SandKlock SocialAll API under the Social category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Social APIs.

Slack is a platform to manage team communications. Slack SCIM API provides tools for use by SSO partners to help provision and manage user accounts and groups. Create and update users, update groups, and more with the API. The SCIM API is currently only available to Slack teams on the Plus Plan. We've categorized the Slack SCIM API under the Tools category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Tools APIs.

restdb.io provides user database services for through web-based management, data models without coding, and noSQL database backend. The restdb API provides tools for developers in data collection and media content, featuring quickly defining data backends. We've categorized the restdb.io API under the Database category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Database APIs.

RussianSentimentAnalyzer API is a language parser that can be integrated to existing applications. It's used to analyze Russian text and any existing sentiment polarity pertaining to the text. It supports any input text, such as long formal news articles or short tweets. This API is listed under the Sentiment category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Sentiment APIs.

PayTabs offers invoicing and eCommerce services, including payments, in the Middle East. The PayTabs API allows developers to integrate payments features into web services. The PayTabs API is categorized under Payments. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Payments APIs.

SDKs & Libraries

import.io is a service that allows users to find data sources on the web for extraction, use, connect to, and remix the data for websites and applications. The import.io API allows developers to integrate with other applications, retrieve data, import data, extract data, and manage account information. Import.io provides a JavaScript SDK to developers. Resources contain dependencies, hosting, and AngularJS services.

Koa is a Node.js web framework that allows users to ditch callbacks and increase error handling by leveraging generators. It's designed by the same team that designed Express. Koa was made to be smaller, more expressive, and more robust.

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