January 13, 2017
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Nielsen, the media-measurement juggernaut, announced that it is opening up its API for the first time. Nielsen made the announcement alongside many other groundbreaking launches and promotions as SXSW continues to heat up. With coverage in more than 100 countries, Nielsen maintains a treasure trove of data that developers have long been eager to get their hands on. With the API release, developers can begin to build applications directly off data that is generated and maintained by Nielsen.
There's nothing that can spoil a night out more quickly than being turned away because you aren't wearing the right kind of jacket, or feeling out of place because you totally missed it on the venue's vibe and style. Well, that's where Dress Code Finder is worth its weight in gold; it's an application that provides detailed dress code information for over 70 000 venues in the US. In addition, the company provides the Dress Code Finder API that allows developers to access this helpful information and integrate it with other applications.
Hollywood studios haven't released their good fall movies yet. TV shows like Game of Thrones, Mad Men and the like are months away from their next seasons. You need something to watch, preferably right now. Don't worry, the ProgrammableWeb community is here to help you out. Movie mashups are always a popular submission to our directory and last year we took a look at a few of them. Today we'll look at some recent movie mashups that should help all but the most picky viewers find something worth checking out.