The YellowSchedule Ruby Sample Code demonstrates how to include an HTTP GET request and an authorization bearer token. The response should return JSON data containing a listing of the contacts on that test account.
With winners announced and organizers now regrouping to analyze the next stages, the Novartis mHealth Challenge - held last weekend in San Francisco and giving away over $40,000 in prize money - has demonstrated that for developers looking to aggregate APIs together into a health-focused, consumer-facing end-product, there is still plenty of room to enter the growing market. ProgrammableWeb spoke to Cheryl Cheng, one of the organizers of the hackathon and winners from Sense.ly to see what other API developers can learn from the outcomes.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Health, Cryptocurrency, and Transportation. Highlights include an API for maintaining a secure remote workforce, an alternative API for Google News, and an API for 3D dentistry imagery. Here's a look at what is new.