350 APIs

John Musser, December 18th, 2006

WebExToday the the 350th API was added at ProgrammableWeb. Lots of variety. Last week’s API review Pings, Wikis, and Twitters highlighted some newer companies with APIs, but here is another set, this time with some pretty familiar names:

  • WebEx: The main player in on-demand collaboration software now offers three sets of APIs into their services with more announcements expected from them early next year.
  • Google Code Search: Lets you tap into the power of Google’s new code search service via this GData-based API.
  • Dun and Bradstreet Credit Check API: Perform low risk credit assessments and pre-screen prospects with their well-known core credit evaluation data. Information includes company identification, payment activity summary, public filings indicators, and D and B Rating.

See all 350 here.

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December 19th, 2006
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[...] 350 APIs and counting. [...]

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