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Ten new APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Engagement, Language, and Sports categories. Here’s a summary of what is new.
Yozio is a platform that helps mobile application publishers and advertisers grow their user base via deep linking, personalization, closed loop attribution, and other technologies. The Yozio REST API allows developers to integrate the functionality of Yozio with other applications. We’ve listed this API under the Engagement category. See ProgrammableWeb’s complete list of Engagement APIs.
Example of Yozio New User Referral Gifting campaign / image: Yozio
The Language Detection API currently detects 160 languages. It accepts text and displays results with code and score. Available in JSON protocol, the API provides basic detection, batch requests, and SSL. The API key can be accessed through Ruby, Java, Python, .NET, and PHP. This API is listed under the Language category. See ProgrammableWeb’s complete list of Language APIs.
Data Sports Group provides live and historical sports data of football (soccer) events worldwide. The data can be retrieved in various languages, and customized for easy integration. The Data Sports Group API allows developers to access the functionality and data of Data Sports Group.
Data Sports Group covers football (soccer) data from leagues around the world / image: datasportsgroup.com
Sportradar is a provider of sports and betting-related live data, odds solutions, and fraud detection services. Multiple APIs provided by Sportradar have been added to the directory already, and today’s additions are:
The Sportradar NCAA Men’s Basketball API lets developers integrate applications with a database that contains information about the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) men’s basketball database, including team schedules, player profiles, rankings, tournament information, and more, using RESTful methods.
The Sportradar NCAA Women’s Basketball API allows developers to integrate their applications with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) women’s basketball database, using RESTful methods. Developers can retrieve data about teams, players, league statistics, and more.
The Sportradar NCAA Football API allows developers to integrate their applications with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) football database, providing data such as weekly schedule, season schedule, game statistics, rankings, rosters, and more, accessible via RESTful methods.
The Sportradar WNBA API allows developers to integrate their applications with the Sportradar Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) database, using RESTful methods. Data provided includes boxscores, team and league information, schedules, player information, and more.
The Sportradar NBA API lets developers access the Sportradar National Basketball Association (NBA) database, using RESTful methods. Retrieve schedules, standings, box scores, player information, and game summaries, and more from National Basketball Association events.
A small sampling of data provided by Sportradar is shown in this NBA head-to-head team statistics demonstration / image: Sportradar media services
The Sportradar Content API provides sports-related news articles, trade rumors, injury news, and more as newsfeeds.
The Sportradar Images API lets developers to integrate their applications with the Sportradar Images database.