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Six APIs were added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in several categories including Home Automation, Financial, Transportation, and Marketing. Also new to the directory are SDKs for OneSignal and Grepwords keyword service. Here's a quick summary.
TreasuryView OpenAPI allows developer to setup loans and loan payment schedules programmatically. The API intends to facilitate the differentiation of loan types by the variability of the loan reference rate; fixed rate or floating rate. The TreasuryView API is listed under the Financial category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Financial APIs.
Pimatic is a home automation platform. The Pimatic API allows developers to perform external scripting on Pimatic or create frontends for its home automation framework. It enables home devices and sensors to be controlled from a common interface. We've listed the Pimatic API under the Home Automation category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Home Automation APIs.
WhereIsMyTransport smart urban transportation platform. WhereIsMyTransport API allows developers to integrate journey planning, data feeds, announcements, timetable info, and travel warnings into their applications for cities in South Africa.
FindMyWay is a cross platform urban mobility app built with the WhereIsMyTransport API / image:WhereIsMyTransport
Orchextra is a mobile marketing company based in Spain. The Orchextra platform is used concurrently with customer relationship management, and analytics tools. The API features geolocation support, segmentation, and recommendations based on aggregated data and patterns. We've listed the Orchextra API under the Marketing category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Marketing APIs.
SYSTRAN Platform is a collection of tools for text extraction, translation, dictionaries, and natural language processing. The SYSTRAN Multimodal API enables developers to use the Multimodal features such as speech recognition, image processing, text extraction. The API is listed under the Recognition, Extraction, and Images categories.
Stellar is a platform for building financial applications. It features a decentralized distributed database, Multisig, and smart contracts. The Stellar Horizon API is used to submit transactions to Stellar Core, check status of accounts, subscribe to event streams, and other functions. The API is filed under the Financial category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Financial APIs.
Frameworks, Libraries, and SDKs
OneSignal is a push notification service for mobile and Web applications and websites. The OneSignal REST API allows developers to access the functionality of OneSignal for integration with other websites and applications. Some example API methods include managing push notifications, managing account information, and sending push notifications. OneSignal also offers a variety of SDKs including OneSignal iOS SDK and OneSignal Android SDK.
Grepwords is an API-first keyword suggestion service that can be usefully employed in research scenarios. The Grepword keywords services can also be used to determine the most accurate keywords to use in an online campaign. The keyword lookup API will return all data associated with the keywords found in the Grepwords database.
The Grep Words Ruby SDK by Github user migcar429 ontains resources that allow to search for keywords in an Excel file.
The Grep Words Ruby SD by AuthorityLabs interacts with the API to integrate keyword suggestion features into Web services. Resources include installation and configuration. Sample code shows an array of cost per click, cost per thousand impressions, and monthly data.