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Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Engagement, Database, and Emergency. Highlights today include the Xillio API for connecting applications to content repositories such as Dropbox, Hadoop, Zendesk, Github, and many others. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
The Twitter Direct Message API allows developers to create engaging customer servicem marketing, and other engagement experiences. Developers can send and receive direct messages, create welcome messages, attach media to messages, prompt users for structured replies, link to websites with buttons, manage conversations across multiple applications, display a custom image and name in a direct message, and prompt users for NPS and CSAT feedback. This API is listed under the Tweets category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Tweets APIs.
Seedfoxy provides access to French torrents. The Seedfoxy API allows applications to search the public torrents database of Seedfoxy, including over 20,000 torrents, sorted by category, type, seeders and leechers. The API returns the magnet links, cover photos, categories, and descriptions. The API is listed under the Torrents category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Torrents APIs.
Redis is an in-memory database platform for real-time applications. RediSerch operates as an open-source, full-text, and secondary search engine over Redis. The RediSearch Redis Module API supports the implementation of Redis-powered search engine. The Redis API is listed under the Database category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Database APIs.
P2000 is the national communication service of the Dutch emergency services including firefighters, police and ambulances. The P2000 API allows users to query emergency services events. Most traffic on this system is unencrypted and can be easily captured. The API is listed under the Emergency category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Emergency APIs.
Greendeck provides pricing optimization tools powered by artificial intelligence. The Greendeck API provides access to various endpoints that include authentication, products, events, transactions, and fetch price that represent the various price optimization tools of the company. The API is useful to determine competitive prices, customer segmentations, personalized product and feature bundling, maximum revenue and more. It is listed under the Prices category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Prices APIs.
Xillio is a content migration and integration company. The Xillio API can be used to connect applications to various content repositories. Xillio has already built "connectors" to many popular content repositories, including SharePoint, GitHub, Umbraco, File Share, Zendesk, Drupal, Elastic, IBM FileNet, Box Egnyte, CMIS, Dropbox, OpenText/Documentum, Hadoop, and many more. Developers can use the Xillio API to connect to applications to content on the UI layer, the business layer, and the data layer. Documentation is available to registered users. The API is listed under the Content category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Content APIs.
StockMarketClock is a global stock market tracker. The service allows for complete tracking of stock exchanges trading hours and market holidays around the world. The StockMarketClock API is a simple RESTful API that can be integrated by developers for adding the service to trading applications. The API returns a list of all markets along with open or closed status. It's listed under the Stocks category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Stocks APIs.
The IBM Watson Customer Engagement API delivers cross-channel marketing interactions which can be built into mobile and social solutions. The API allows the creation of notification campaigns for engaging customers at the optimal time and place. Methods are available for transactional SMS services, pushing rich content, retrieving published messages, database and events functions, and much more. This API is listed under the Engagement category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Engagement APIs.