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Publisher Pearson recently launched its new API program with three of its top titles. The new platform provides a common set of tools that developers have grown accustomed to: documentation, sample code, app showcase, blog, forum and FAQs, for example. Pearson has a lot of content to pick from with its core offerings, as well as its numerous partners, and they decided to start by launching three very different content APIs: FT Press API, Longman Dictionary API and Eyewitness Guide to London API.
Knowledge is king. Learning more about a certain field or expertise just means better odds for outstanding productivity and achievement. How great would it be if there were an easy way to get that information into our heads. Drillster is one service that aims to help people to learn quickly and retain the information they need to know. It's an interactive learning and test application aimed at both education and business. Drillster's API makes it possible for developers to integrate this functionality with other applications.
Recently ProgrammableWeb reported that Apigee now supports Node.js which allows developers to build highly customized APIs and apps using the Apigee API Platform. Apigee has just announced the launch of Apigee Learn, a free education program that offers a series of eight-week online courses presented in video format. The Apigee-specific courses will cover topics and skills that will help participants succeed in today's API and App economies.