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Five APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Music, Education, Bots, Printing, and Email categories. Here is a summary of what is new.
Google Classroom API uses the REST interface and OAuth 2.0 access to manage the students’ roster in the classroom. The API (now in preview) can integrate students’ accounts and domains into education applications that include courses, aliases, invitations, students, teachers, and user entities. We’ve primarily categorized the Google Classroom API under the Education category. See ProgrammableWeb’s complete list of Education APIs.
Telegram is a cloud-based service that offers messaging services to share text, photos, and videos. The Telegram Bot API allows developers to integrate bots with AI applications in mind. Bots can be used for teaching, broadcasting, and connecting features into software components.
This unofficial Google Cloud Print Java API offers two main options: load printer capabilities to create an XML format file with Windows API and the other alternative, obtain a PPD file of the PostScript printer. This API is listed under the Printing category. See ProgrammableWeb’s complete list of Printing APIs.
Adaptive Mailer is a mass emailing solution provided by Predictive Response. The Adaptive Mailer API allows developers to integrate automated marketing email capabilities into applications such as send emails based on the recipients’ behavior. It also tracks activity and gets reports. API documentation is available upon request. We’ve primarily categorized the Adaptive Mailer API under the Email category. See our complete list of Email APIs.