This week we had 31 new APIs added to our API directory (nearly as many as last week’s record-setting pace). Some notable new entries include an API for an online document viewing service, an online bible reference API, a motorsports events and calendar service API, and a football (soccer) API. More details on each of these new APIs below:
Adeptol CloudConnect API: Adeptol provides an on-demand viewer that supports more than 300 document types which includes Office documents, Open Office, PDF, Images, AutoCAD files etc. The RESTful API allows users to link documents from their website to the Adeptol server or to embed the viewer within their own websites.
Biblia.com API: The Biblia API provides Web, mobile, and desktop applications with access to Bible text through web services. Biblia is an interdenominational project allowing for online bible study. Specifically, there are services that “get information about the available Bibles (Find, Image), download the text of those Bibles (Content), and search those Bibles (Search). Additional services support validating Bible references (Parse), comparing Bible references (Compare), and finding Bible references in text and HTML (Scan, Tag).” The service uses a RESTful interface and responses are formatted in XML, JSON, JSONP, text or HTML.
MotorsportReg.com API: MotorsportReg is “a membership management and event registration service for motorsport driving and social events organized by car clubs, racetracks and individuals in North America. We make it easier and more fun for organizers to manage events by helping with everything from memberships to payment processing to email blasts. Events include autocross, driving schools, club races and rallies organized by groups like the SCCA, BMW CCA, PCA, Audi Club, Miller Motorsports Park and Road America.”
openfooty API: Openfooty offers the latest football (soccer) videos, a community, a proprietary dreamfooty fantasy football game, user profiles, and fan traits and fan valuation leaderboards. The openfooty API makes the footytube technology platform available to developers, editors, publishers, and “footy addicts” who want to dig deep into the world of football. The API is offered via a RESTful protocol and returns data in JSON or PHP format.