The Zap Ethereum NodeJS SDK provides access to the Zap Ethereum API. The API allows you to register accounts, set bond market parameters and expose tokenized services to offchain subscribers and onchain user-contracts. Developers can register data-providers on the Zap backend to serve both queries and subscription requests. The Zap platform serves as a data broker that enables providers to publish secure data feeds from a variety of endpoints that are monetized. Zap.org is a Smart Contract Oracle Marketplace that powers decentralized applications.
Edamam, a company committed to helping people eat better by using technology to capture, organize and distill "the world's food knowledge," announced at NY Tech Day the release of the Edamam Nutrition API so that third-party developers can use the Edamam platform to create innovative food and recipe applications.
When it comes to the cloud, there is no shortage of platforms and associated APIs that developers need to watch when deploying their applications. Not only do developers need to ensure that an application is compatible with a specific set of cloud APIs, they also need to make sure the application stays compatible over time as APIs evolve and change.