The Bronto Ruby SDK by Martin Gordon allows interaction with the SOAP API. Includes gem installation and usage with steps to specify the Api Key, create two contacts, create a list, create a new message & add content, and organize recipients for message delivery.
Google has released a new Instant Buy API for iOS. The API enables mobile device users to purchase items with a single click, as opposed to entering account information with each purchase. The API is now available for iOS devices and is meant to cut down on the amount of typing consumers must exert in order to make purchases with their Google Wallet accounts.
Naming itself the eBay of the shipping world, uShip brings the bidding process to the transport marketplace. Need to move a boat? Champion horses? Tractor? Everything in your house? Put the job up for bidding and let the transport companies come to you. All transport companies have detailed profiles that show you just who you’ll be dealing with. For example, these guys would like to help move your motorcycle.
Of all the markets being impacted by the booming API economy, perhaps none has seen as much activity and innovation as the payments space. The past several years have seen the launch of a number of disruptive and successful API-centric upstarts, including Stripe and Balanced. Meanwhile, entrenched players like PayPal and Verifone have responded with new offerings of their own.