Daily API RoundUp: semanti.ca, Jenga, Clash Royale, Burp, trash nothing!

Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples. If you have new APIs, clients, or source code examples to add to ProgrammableWeb's directories, we offer forms (APIs, Clients, Source Code) for submitting them to our API research team. If there's a listing in one of our directories that you'd like to claim as the owner, please contact us at editor@programmableweb.com.

Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Validation, Email, Sustainability and Security. Also new to the directory is the official Clash Royale API and African bank-based Jenga API. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.

APIs

The trash nothing! API connects third-party applications with the trash nothing! platform which people can use to freecycle unwanted items. The API is used to retrieve user data, posts, group functionalities, upload photos, and more. This API responds in JSON format and is listed in our Sustainability category.

Seobility provides Search Engine Optimization (SEO) services. The Seobility Site Audit API in REST architecture enables developers to crawl websites' data and analyze SEO. Developers can use the API to integrate a Site Auditor into an existing SEO software, enhance a CMS or WebHosting Solution with a Site Auditor, provide deep SEO insights in marketing reports and dashboards, and monitor websites. The API is listed under the SEO category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of SEO APIs.

Email Validation and Verification API can be used by developers to validate and verify any given email address. The API will check the email address's syntax, look for the domain's MX records, perform an SMTP check, check whether the address is part of a catch-all mailbox, and more. In the event that a potential typo is detected, the API can offer a did-you-mean suggestion. It is provided by an independent developer and requires a paid plan. It is listed in our Validation category.

Clash Royale is a head-to-head battle game set in the Clash Universe. The game maker, Supercell, has recently announced the availability of the official Clash Royale API for the tower rush game. The Clash Royale API provides near real time access to game related data. The API allows developers to build tools, applications and websites using data about players, cards, clans, tournaments, player locations, and more. This API is listed under the Games category.

Developers can build Clash Royale related applications with the new official API

Developers can build Clash Royale related applications with the new official API. Screenshots: Google Play/Supercell

semanti.ca provides web article data powered by artificial intelligence. The semanti.ca API allows developers to extract the web article data most relevant to humans. The service can accurately recognize titles, headlines, published and updated dates, images, captions, and tags. It ignores advertisements, design elements, and any text or images not related to the main content. The semanti.ca API is listed under the Data Mining category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Data Mining APIs.

This is semanti.ca's parsed results from our recent article about the new ClashRoyale API

This is semanti.ca's parsed results from our recent article about the new ClashRoyale API. Image: semanti.ca

Jenga is a payment gateway serviced through Finserve Africa, which offers fintech services to Equity bank and others. The Jenga API provides connections to multiple telcos, mobile wallets, card associations, governments, credit bureaus and banks. It allows users to send money, receive money, check account balances and statements, open accounts and more. It enables businesses with the ability to accept payments, collect customers payment information, and create charges. This API has been added to our Payments category.

Burp Suite is a platform for performing security testing of web applications. The Burp API provides a way to integrate with Burp Suite. The REST API currently supports launching vulnerability scans and obtaining the results, and additional functions will be added in the future. The Burp API is listed under the Security category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Security APIs.

Regulus provides email validation tools and tools for integrating with the CRM Salesforce platform. Three of the company's APIs have been added to our Email category.

Regulus Email Validation API enables developers to verify an email address by performing a syntax check and verifying the existence of the domain and mail server records. This API can be used to filter real customers from fake ones. It can also be used to increase the response rate and success rate of email campaigns and to avoid getting filtered as spam.

Regulus Data Enrichment API allows developers to supplement their client database with company details. Data provided includes company name, industry, number of employees, revenue, year founded, HQ location, language, website, and social media profiles. This data is acquired from public sources and does not violate any confidentiality laws.

Regulus Disposable Check API enables developers to reduce the number of anonymous subscribers and exclude disposable email addresses. The service uses a manually constantly updated database of sites and domains that provide one-time address services.

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