This PHP sample code is used for accessing TowerData’s API. TowerData’s Email Validation and Enhancement API's use standard REST syntax, which can be invoked simply by constructing a URL and tested directly in a web browser. Data is returned in JSON format, and includes; Email Verification, Email Correction, and more. It allows you to connect with new leads while keeping your email list clean and accurate. With TowerData’s API, you can enrich your list with consumer data to create a more personalized experience for leads in real time. TowerData’s Real-Time service boosts the results of your web forms and provides the information you need to effectively react to new submissions.
Contactology, an Email Marketing service, has announced the release of its API. The new API Version 2 has big changes that make it more developer friendly. First, it adopts the REST style over Version 1 that was based on SOAP. It also provides data as developer-preferred JSON. The changes make the API easier to use, which is good for everyone.
In yet a further sign of how APIs are a business capability, Laura Merling, Vice President of Ecosystem Development & Platform Solutions at AT&T Business Solution described some of the key insights into business processes that are emerging as AT&T reorients itself as a platform in an afternoon 'fireside chat' at API Strategy and Practice. Laura Merling is well known as a key thought leader in the API space, having worked with Alcatel-Lucent and Mashery, and with a background in business analysis at major international brands.
For at least thirty years, people have talked about the "paperless office." With cloud-based services, it may finally be possible. Yet, for many organizations, a major hang-up is contracts, which require ink signatures. In our first public API report, sponsored by DocuSign, we looked at electronic signature platforms. Specifically, we examined the features and developer friendliness of e-signature APIs, which allow non-ink signatures to be automated and integrated into business processes. Without a doubt, e-signatures are a growing field, as evidenced by the recent acquisition of EchoSign by Adobe.