Daily API RoundUp: SentiSum, AddStructure, WSDOT

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Twenty One APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories that include Museums, Sentiment, Banking, and Transportation. Highlights today include APIs for Washington State Ferries and APIs for AI-powered search and discovery service AddStructure. Have a look at the new offerings.

APIs

The Auckland Museum provides API web-based access to the collection data and resources. Users can search and query the museums tremendous collection including natural sciences, cultural collections, online cenotaph, and archives, among others. The Auckland Museum displays wide varieties of historical artifacts and collections in addition to providing education and research resources. This API is listed under the Museum category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Museum APIs.

API gives access to data about collections in the Auckland Museum

Gain access to data about collections in the Auckland Museum such as these paintings by Charles Frederick Godlie Image Credit: Auckland Museum

AffiliateWP is an affiliate marketing system for WordPress websites. The AffiliateWP API provides developers access to all data within AffiliateWP, and allows them to complete CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update, and Delete). Data includes visit and referall tracking from external websites, tracking in eCommerce systems, custom affiliate areas hosted outside of WordPress and more. The API is listed under the Marketing category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Marketing APIs.

SentiSum provides customer insights by using sentiment analysis, artificial intelligence, and big data analysis. They provide APIs to tap into contextual sentiment analytics from customer opinion data from surveys, emails, social media posts, reviews and more. APIs available include SentiSum Top Positive Comments API, SentiSum Top Negative Comments API, SentiSum Review Summary API, SentiSum Emotion API, SentiSum Top Strengths API, and several others. We've listed these APIs in the Sentiment category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Sentiment APIs.

IBAN.com operates as a web-based portal for real-time identification, validation, and calculation of International Bank Account Numbers (IBAN). This platform uses algorithmic formulas to determine the validity of IBANs. The IBAN SWIFT/BIC Validation API allows developers to integrate BIC code authentication functionality in applications. It simplifies access to the BIC code directory and makes it easier for users to validate SWIFT and BIC codes in banking transactions. The API is listed under the Banking category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Banking APIs.

AddStructure allows companies to organize and structure user-generated content, such as reviews of products, into searchable, retrievable, and readable content. APIs are available for developers to integrate search and discovery powered by Artificial Intelligence service into applications. AddStructure Signal API allows developers to list queries and list searches. AddStructure Path API is for retrieving pages and finding similar pages. AddStructure Tools API lets developers get analytics, summaries, and product information. The AddStructure APIs are listed under the Search category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Search APIs.

AddStructure provides Artificial Intelligence powered conversational commerce services Image Credit: YouTube/AddStructure/Jarrod Wolf

Nutritics provides software for nutrition solutions including commerce, research, and health applications. Nutritics API supports the extraction and manipulation of nutrition and food-related data from the official national databases of over 100 countries. It operates as a multilingual gateway portal to country-specific nutrition and dietetics data. The API is useful for developing analytical addons applications for recipes, diets, and meal planning, in addition to customizing access to academic research and collaboration resources. The Nutritics API is listed under the Nutrition category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Nutrition APIs.

The Proxy API XML API facilitates access to country-specific HTTP proxy servers. The API is designed to prompt daily testing of each proxy to ascertain reliability, and is listed under the Algorithms category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Algorithms APIs.

Swiftype is a search platform that can be used for websites, mobile applications, and enterprise. The Swiftype Platform REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Swiftype with other applications. Example API methods include creating users, managing user accounts, and retrieving information on users and accounts. Swiftype Developer API allows developers to create search engines, searches, and retrieve and manage search results. The Swiftype API is listed under the Search category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Search APIs.

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) builds and operates the state highway system as well as the state ferry system, and works in partnership with others to maintain and improve all aspects of public transportation, rail, airports, bicycles and pedestrian programs. They offer several APIs for accessing Washington State Ferry data including WSDOT Traveler Information, WSDOT Traveler Information WSF Fares API, WSDOT Traveler Information Toll API, WSF Vessels API, WSF Schedule API, WSF Terminals API. We've listed the WSDOT APIs in the Transportation 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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