In the past, if you wanted to build apps in minutes, you could rely on the Firebase API to do the hard work for you. But when it came to time to deploying the code, you were on your own. Not any more. Firebase changed all that by announcing a hosting solution. Firebase hosting is backed by a content delivery network (CDN), has SSL certificate provisioning “baked in” and works with custom domains.
Our API directory now includes 78 hosting APIs. The newest is the MongoHQ API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Heroku API. We list 13 Heroku mashups. Below you'll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of hosting APIs.
Dropbox last week announced that it has added webhooks functionality so that application developers can configure Dropbox to notify their apps whenever their app's registered users perform an action that results in a file change.