This Gitshare.io SDK is a SmartFile Objective-C Client. It provides a wrapper around an HTTP library that includes two API clients for supported authentication methods. The API can be used for path creation, user management, activity monitoring, file permissions, folder access, indexed search, user authorization, and more. GitShare.io is a file sharing API for Developers.
Looking for a reason to celebrate? Well, the average person may not be aware of it, but apparently there is a whole list of trivial (and some significant) reasons why anyone could justify celebrating any given day. Anniversarator is a fun, online calculator that provides users with information on special occasions related to the date the put into the search box. The Anniversarator API makes this data available to be integrated with third party applications.
Firebase, real-time backend for web application development, originally launched a little over a year ago. Since its launch, Firebase has remained in beta while it continued to improve its service and build a customer base. Over the past year, Firebase has added features, functionality, and thousands of customers. Accordingly, Firebase has announced it is leaving its beta stages behind and publically launching as a full-fledged paid product.
There's at least one new API added per day here on ProgrammableWeb, and although this week's new additions varied widely, there was a bit of an "analytics" theme. New analytics-centric web service listings included the WebTrends API, the Pinch API for iPhone developers and the chartbeat API. Also of note are the Amazon MapReduce API and the New York Times Real Estate API. Here's the full list of new entries: