June 17, 2019
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Twilio SendGrid's Email Validation API is now publicly available. The API validates email addresses by searching in real-time for errors such as typos, inactive, non-existent, disposable and shared mailboxes. Further, the API checks for proper syntax, DNS records, disposable domains, and more.
You might not expect a company nearly 160 years old to innovate its industry. Perhaps that's why Thomson Reuters is looking to developers to create the next big thing for financial professionals. To get there, the company is sharing mountains of data via its new Knowledge Direct API and offering $25,000 in prizes for its app contest.