The Prosper Android SDK by Akhil Latta interacts with the API to allow users to apply for a loan. To work with the Borrowers SDK, developers require Google Places API which will allow users to auto-complete addresses. Key available at https://developers.google.com/places/
GLEIF has announced the launch of its Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) Look-Up API which provides access to the organization’s complete LEI data pool in real time. The LEI is a 20-digit, alpha-numeric code that helps identify legal entities that participate in financial transactions.
Popular "hyperlocal" news and information service Outside.in recently released an API (our Outside.in API Profile) that provides developers with a way to access up-to-the-minute, location-based news. Based on its “news around you” feature, Radar, the API provides access to various types of information, including the latest news stories, blog posts, Twitter tweets and more located within 1,000 feet of a specific location.
Microblogging status messages may be small, but they pack quite the mashup punch. Twitter (our Twitter API profile) itself makes up 8% of all mashups on Programmable Web. So, it's to be expected that two of the three status message mashups below use Twitter. The other connects to Facebook.