Buzzlogix Text Analysis Java SDK works with the Buzzlogix Text Analysis API and its eclipse-based java code hosts the maven project. The SDK is associated with Apimatic Beta v2.0, a platform responsible for creating categories of controllers that hold the constructors into which its configuration parameters are directed.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of the Azure Budgets API which includes new enhancements. Among the API updates are support for usage budgets (currently supported for enterprise customers only), support for Azure action groups, and an updated version of the usage details API.
Sinners, you are not alone. That is the message a Mechanical Nun art project currently underway in San Francisco hopes to deliver. The nun will record your confession, parse your sins, and link those sins to a location. The data will then be made available in an API for visualization on a map so sinners can see they are in good company, and hopefully, as a result, be able to let go of some guilty feelings.
API service provider Mashery (a ProgrammableWeb sponsor) has launched a new app directory at SXSW which features apps built on Mashery hosted APIs. It’s a great thing for three distinct groups. First, it helps the API providers who partner with Mashery by encouraging API usage through the apps. Second, it helps app developers seeking to build an audience. Third, it helps consumers that might be interested in finding an app that uses a particular API. Granted, those would be your super savvy mobile app consumers, but that doesn’t seem so far fetched after a week at "spring break for geeks."