The API2Cart Ruby SDK offers an integrated shopping cart system that connects more than 35 supported platforms. Developers can integrate eCommerce applications while avoiding the need to maintain different connections. API2Cart supports order and inventory management, price optimization, dropshipping automation, and product catalogs.
Sometimes what is happening now is not as important as what happened then. I am speaking of the past and how it can help you piece events together. This what makes Gnip’s newest Twitter search API so powerful.
RhymeBrain is a service made to help writers, or anyone else for that matter, find rhymes for words, make new portmanteaus, and alliterate well. When writing with figurative language, or writing poems, such a tool can be very helpful for a writer who's currently stuck. It might also be helpful for such things as computer generated literature, but for that, you'd want a robust API with full access to the database. Well, you're in luck, because it does indeed exist.
A short while ago Bob Reselman wrote a piece, Why Message Queues Suck. As you might imagine, the piece caused quite a stir, particularly on Reddit. Many readers did not buy the idea for a variety of reasons. One area of disagreement was around fail safety and high availability.