The Temboo Android builds Android applications that connect to over 100 web-based resources and services (e.g. Facebook, Dropbox, US Census data) by standardizing how it interacts with APIs. The Android SDK allows developers to create applications that use Google's Geocoding API to retrieve the Latitude and Longitude for a specific address.
Locu, one of CNN's hot startups to watch, has released an API that exposes Locu's database of business information to third party developers. Locu launched the Locu API at Tech Disrupt SF 2012 and drew immediate attention. The API allows developers to retrieve real-time business data (e.g. venue information, pricelists, menus, etc.) and integrate the data into existing applications. Locu's index crawls the web for business data, and the API makes that data available to other websites and applications.
Earlier this week during Microsoft’s Ignite conference, the company made several announcements, including full support for the Azure Cosmos DB Cassandra API, general availability of the Microsoft Graph Security API, and a public preview of SQL Server 2019.