Travelport is a company that focuses on e-commerce for travel purposes either by land or air. Users can benefit from this SDK that is available by request to create applications and increase sales. Technical requirements include Message Envelope SOAP 1.1, Message Transfer HTTP 1.1, Encryption SSL 3.0, and Web Service Description Language WSDL 1.1, an XML-based interface definition language. See more of what the SDK can do for a travel project at https://developer.travelport.com/euf/assets/developer-network/pdfs/desktop_SDK_factsheet.pdf
The lines between cars, computers, and mobile devices are blurring, as several new web-powered apps have made their way to Ford vehicles via the SYNC on-board vehicle control system API. Following up on our post last month about the use of the SYNC system to enable "cars as a platform," news has emerged about the release of some new apps that give drivers (and passengers) access to web services via mobile devices.
Travel information service, Travelport is about to release what many are calling a "game-changing" Universal API. The new API hopes to make tons of information more easily available to travel agents and travel-related companies by funneling several information sources into one, all encompassing, API.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Travel, Referrals, Lyrics, and Books. Highlights include a geofencing API from TomTom, an API for blockchain news aggregation, and an API for bird data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.