A Node.js commandline interface for the YouTube API. Use this SDK to upload, list, update, rate, thumbnail, and delete videos from YouTube. Utilizing both OAuth2 and Google API v3 this SDK makes it easy to authenticate and make calls to the YouTube API from the commandline. This YouTube SDK is authored by Tomás Aparicio and is offered under and MIT license.
Kanvas, the app that allows users to add creative elements to videos, has announced SDK that will enable third party apps to utilize its feature set. The SDK is available to developers for free and offers everything from filters, GIFs, overlays, and much more. The SDK is available cross-platform.
The API for this English-language news hub for Anime and Magna provides a direct news feed for the site's encyclopedia data, that is stored in XML format. The Anime News Network Encylopedia API provides both top level reports on titles and then drills down to provide details on them, for up to 50 requests at a time.
Earlier this year, ProgrammableWeb reported that the New York Public Library (NYPL) had launched the What's on the Menu API, the first public API released by the institution. The New York Public Library has just announced the launch of the NYPL Digital Collections API which allows developers programmatic access to the Library's vast collections of digitized creative works including manuscripts, historical maps, rare prints, photographs and much more.