This week we had 68 new APIs added to our API directory including a messaging and mobile marketing platform, blog traffic analytics service, hosted full-text search service, San Francisco real-time parking information, photo sharing and storage service and a web site tracking service. We also asked the question whether Pinterest’s API was available yet. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.
AmeriCommerce API: AmeriCommerce is a hosted shopping cart software. It lets users manage multiple storefronts from a single admin console. Users can manage track what is happening across multiple sites or just a single site. It also lets users integrate their cart into larger ERP and accounting systems. AmeriCommerce exposes their entire platform via an XML API. With it users can update inventory remotely or from suppliers, automate the adding of products, customers and orders and more. Full documentation is not publicly available.
aRodar API: aRodar is a web site where users can search for or post used motorcycles for sale. There is also a forum for members of the community to interact. The API allows users to publish their ads on the site, on their applications or via the affiliate network. With the API users can look up classified ads, vehicle information and ad status. The API uses SOAP calls with XML responses. The site and documentation are in Spanish.
Aviresto API: Aviresto is a guide to restaurants in France. The site lets users read and submit customer reviews. Searches can be conducted by city or by location on a map. An API is available that allows users to conduct these searches programmatically and pull the results into their own application or web site. Public documentation of the API is not available; developers should contact the provider for access.
BioDOM API: BioDOM is a JAVA library for converting native non-XML output from various bioinformatic tools to XML formats that can be validated against XMLSchemas. BioDOM is available as a download, a web console, or a SOAP API.
The API consists of four services (AlignmentML, SequenceML, RNAStructML and RNAStructAlignmentML) for converting native formats in xml and back.
CardSpring API: CardSpring is a payment network platform. CardSpring offers an API that allows developers to create applications tied to payment cards. Applications such as loyalty programs, digital coupons, and adding account information to a payment card can be built. The CardSpring API allows for integration with other applications and services, such as merchant and point-of-sale applications.
Public documentation is not available; documentation can be accessed with login.
CloudyRec API: CloudyRec is a cloud-hosted backend solution for mobile applications. Users of CloudyRec can create, manage, and deploy their mobile applications.
The CloudyRec web API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of CloudyRec with other applications and to create new applications. CloudyRec offers both a sandbox API and a production API. Some example API methods include managing app resources, creating resources, and listing resources.
CO-OPS API: As part of NOAA, CO-OPS (Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services) monitors, assesses, and distributes information relating to tides, currents, water levels, and other coastal oceanographic indicators. CO-OPS provides several SOAP APIs that return information on water levels, tides, currents, harmonics, station metadata, and meteorology for locations along the U.S. coast.
Decomp API: Given the mass of a DNA fragment, Decomp can calculate which nucleotide combinations are possible. Problems like this (referred to as mass decomposition problems) often arise in mass spectrometry, where the only information left about DNA, protein, or other sample fragments are their molecular masses.
Decomp is available as a web console or a SOAP API. It can be used to solve mass decomposition problems.
DialMyCalls API: DialMyCalls is a service that calls or texts phone numbers with user-created voice messages or text messages. DialMyCalls can be used for a variety of messaging needs, such as emergencies, political calls, and school updates.
The DialMyCalls API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of DialMyCalls with other applications. Some example API methods include adding and managing contacts, retrieving call history, placing calls, and creating and managing messages.
Digital Monitoring Products API: Digital Monitoring Products (DMP) is a provider of security and fire alarm products. They specialize in network solutions for centralized security monitoring in applications of all sizes. DMP offers an API for use by security system dealers and Central Stations. With the API, developers can build systems that allow users to interact with the service through their mobile devices or web applications. Developers can also use the API to custom brand their own applications. Full documentation is not publicly available. The API is available at no charge to dealers who subscribe to the SecureCom cellular service.
Digital River oneNetworkDirect API: Digital River's oneNetworkDirect is the affiliate marketing network specializing in software products. It features the largest selection of digital products offered online today, including some of the world's most recognized titles such as McAfee, Big Fish Games, SanDisk, Logitech and many more.
The API gives users access to some of the functionality of their oneNetworkDirect accounts. This includes access to reporting information as well as content visible to a user's network account. Methods include creativeTypes, campaignInfo, creativeInfo, optionalInfo, monthlyStatsInfo, dailyStatsInfo, getCCampaigns and more. The API uses SOAP and responses are in XML.
Public documentation is not available. Unofficial documentation can be viewed at: http://www.cumbrowski.com/CarstenC/affiliatemarketing_webservices_onenetwork.asp
DKFZ SoapDB API: The SoapDB API provides SOAP-based access to the more than 200 genetics and protein sequence databases. The user can filter results by field and select a format or view for returned data. Access to these databases is provided via the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ).
EBI ClustalW2 Phylogeny API: The ClustalW2 Phylogeny API generates phylogenetic trees from multiple sequence alignment data. This API allows the user to choose between two methods of calculating phylogeny; neighbor joining or UPGMA (Unweighted Pair Group Method with Arithmetic Mean).
EBI InterProScan API: The EBI InterProScan API is a tool for protein signature recognition. A protein signature is a set of identifying characteristics shared by proteins in the same family. Membership in a certain protein family can indicate the possible presence of important sequences or domains. This API, usable via SOAP or REST protocols, combines different methods for protein signature recognition into one resource.
EBI Phobius API: Phobius is a tool that uses the amino acid sequence of a protein to predict transmembrane topology (which regions of the polypeptide chain span the lipid bilayer) and to identify potential signal peptides (sequences that direct protein transport). The Phobius API provides access to the functionality of this tool via REST and SOAP protocols.
Emailvision Campaign Commander API: Emailvision is a provider of SaaS campaign management solutions for email, mobile and social marketing. These services are used to automate work so that users can run and manage their marketing campaigns more effectively.
Campaign Commander is software that lets users perform all aspects of email marketing. Users can view reports and analytics, plan their campaigns, manage portfolios on up to more advanced tasks involving segmentation strategies, triggered marketing, integrated email and social campaigns and much more. Campaign Commander also supports the management and execution of campaigns in 16 different languages.
The API suite allows marketers to re-use existing customer data stored in CRM, ERP, SFA, or other in-house applications within Campaign Commander to send targeted email marketing campaigns to clients. The suite includes a campaign management API, notification messaging API and real-time data synchronization API. Full documentation is not publicly available.
EMBOSS Backtranambig API: The EMBOSS Backtranambig API reads a protein sequence input by the user and then writes the nucleic acid sequence it could have come from. To do so, it uses nucleotide ambiguity codes that represent all possible codons for each amino acid. The API is available in both RESTful and SOAP forms and responses are formatted in XML.
EMBOSS Backtranseq API: The EMBOSS Backtranseq API reads a protein sequence input by the user and then outputs the nucleic acid sequence that is most likely to have produced it. To determine the nucleic acid sequence, the API implements a codon usage table which gives the frequency of use of each codon for each amino acid. It then selects the most frequently occurring codon for each amino acid to be used in the output sequence. The API is available in both RESTful and SOAP forms and responses are formatted in XML.
EMBOSS Sixpack API: The EMBOSS Sixpack API reads a DNA sequence that's been input by the user and then outputs the three forward and (optionally) three reverse frame translations in a visual manner. The API is available in both RESTful and SOAP forms and responses are formatted in XML.
EMBOSS Transeq API: The EMBOSS Transeq API translates nucleic acid sequences into their corresponding peptide sequences. It can translate the three forward and three reverse reading frames found in DNA, and output multiple frame translations at once. The API is available in both RESTful and SOAP forms and responses are formatted in XML.
Exceptional API: Exceptional is a web application bug tracking service. Exceptional allows users to track bugs, comment on errors and bugs, search errors, and create error reports.
The Exceptional API allows developers to access and integrate the publish functionality of Exceptional with other applications and to create new applications. API methods include searching and retrieving error information.
FeedHenry API: FeedHenry is a mobile application backend management platform. Users of FeedHenry can create, manage, host, and deploy mobile applications with FeedHenry solutions. FeedHenry is a cloud-hosted platform.
Gilt Groupe API: Gilt Groupe is a shopping website that offers daily deals on merchandise such as clothing, jewelry, house wares, and shoes for men, women, and children.
The Gilt Groupe API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of Gilt Groupe with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include returning current sales, accessing product information, and displaying images.
Grab A Great Deal API: Grab A Great Deal API is a service that uncovers the search capabilities of its website. The API is used to gather data from the Grab A Great Deal website and offers developers the flexibility of presenting the information in different configurations. The website is community of users that share deals online. It also offers users the ability to self-promote their own products and services.
The API is an HTTP-based service and supports requests via the HTTP GET method. There are 2 methods of output: JSON and XML. All requests to the API require authentication via the API Key.
NOTE: In order to use the API, you need to be a member of the site.
gTrax API: gTrax is a time tracking system that can assist in project and resource management. It is integrated with Google Apps allowing users to import calendar information to assist in creating time tracking entries, pull resources from their list of Google contacts and export projects, users and reports into Google spreadsheets. The API allows developers to integrate this functionality into their own applications or web sites. It uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON.
Infunl Web Analytics API: Infunl is a web analytics service and tracking service that records events from the browser and represents them internally as a sequence for each unique visitor. Collected events are immediately available for analysis with our query language. The API allows for these queries to be executed programmatically. Queries can include metrics such as unique visitors, visit counts, page view counts, event data per visit and more. The API uses HTTP calls and responses can be formatted in XML, JSON, JSONP and CSV.
IntelligenceFocus API: IntelligenceFocus is a user analytics service that looks beyond page views and into how users interact with a brand online across not only the web site but also on various media.
The IntelligenceFocus APIs provide access to all the information stored in the IntelligenceFocus Database as a Service through open, standards-based SOAP Web Services. With the API developers can query the database to pull and push customer related data, create and render charts and reports and create custom analytics applications. Full documentation is not publicly available.
IOOS SOS API: This API is the CO-OPS Implementation of IOOS (Integrated Ocean Observation System) SOS (Sensor Observation Service). IOOS is an online tool that allows users to access information on oceanic, coastal, and Great Lakes environments collected from sources that can include NOAA and other federal agencies, the IOOS Regional Associations, and potentially other national or international organizations.
With the IOOS SOS API, users can retrieve data on currents, water levels (preliminary, verified, and predicted), meteorology, water conditions, wave harmonics, sensors, and stations via HTTP GET/POST.
KickoffLabs API: The KickoffLabs viral referral API allows users to build a viral referral (sharing) solution. The API offers developers the ability to customize landing pages as well. Lastly, a developer can make an existing page more viral.
The API consists of two end points. Using these two end points, developers can create a subscription by email address, set their social share id, control if they get the autoresponder email, and return info about previous subscriptions. This API uses HTTP calls and responses are formatted in JSON.
Marqui API: Marqui provides on demand marketing software focused on web content management and email marketing. The software gives users a content management system, a blogging platform, a form builder, subscriber management, email marketing platform and more. The Marqui API lets developers integrate their web sites and applications with the platform. API documentation is not publicly available.
Msgme API: Msgme is a digital messaging and mobile marketing CRM platform. It allows businesses to create interactive dialogues with their customers through the use of SMS, MMS, QR Codes, voice and social channels. The API is a suite of services that give developers access to the full functionality of the platform. Developers can manipulate data across subscription lists, create or delete campaigns, manage subscribers, pull content from feeds, look up account keywords, retrieve voicemails and interact with the messaging system. The API uses HTTP calls and responses are formatted in XML.
My School Holidays API: My School Holidays by Primary Technology is a website application that displays school holidays by country, state, school name, and school district. Users can browse holidays or search for holidays.
The My School Holidays API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of My School Holidays with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include searching for holidays by date, returning holidays for the current date, and retrieving all holidays for a specific school.
National Virtual Observatory API: The National Virtual Observatory (NVO) provides researchers with access to astronomical data from ground- and space-based telescopes worldwide. From NVO's website visitors can discover, retrieve, and analyze astronomical data from an international assortment of archives and data centers.
NVO offers multiple SOAP-based APIs that allow users to access resource metadata in the NVO directory. Several of these APIs are designed for use with the Open Archives Initiative (OAI), which promotes open access to academic data repositories.
NAVTEQ LocationPoint Advertising API: NAVTEQ is a provider for digital maps and map content used in navigation and location-based services. The NAVTEQ Network for Developers (NN4D) program provides developers with a variety of API's for mapping, road traffic data, and advertising.
The NAVTEQ LocationPoint Advertising (LPA) service is an in-application mobile advertising service that provides location-based, targeted advertising to users of location aware applications and mobile websites. This API will gather location data and identify users, and then request relevant adds to return to the device. The LPA web service also exposes functions for handling the end-user experience after they have interacted with a LPA-powered add; for example, providing the user with maps and routes to physical stores related to an add they clicked through.
NAVTEQ Map Reporter API: NAVTEQ is a provider for digital maps and map content used in navigation and location-based services. The NAVTEQ Network for Developers (NN4D) program provides developers with a variety of API's for mapping, road traffic data, and advertising.
NAVTEQ's Map Reporter allows individuals to suggest updates or corrections to NAVTEQ maps. Users can give feedback about addresses, roads or road features, points of interest, or traffic restrictions. Attachments, such as images or supporting evidence, can also be added to the submission. In addition to submitting feedback on existing map elements, users can suggest new map content such as other points of interest or cartography details. The Map Reporter web service is composed of two primary parts: a submission service that allows users to provide their feedback to NAVTEQ, and a query service for searching map reports for the status and details of previously submitted requests.
nimbits API: Nimbits is an open source process data historian for Google App Engine. It provides data logging, calculations and M2M communication for sensors and devices such as Arduino. It can be used to record and share data points on the cloud and lets users record their changing numeric, text based, GPS, json or xml values into them. The API lets users access the public server to push and pull their data from. The API also provides access to a chart image service, which can generate PNG format images of user data. The API uses HTTP calls and responses are formatted in JSON or TXT.
nowCOAST LayerInfo API: nowCOAST is a GIS-based online mapping tool that provides access to real-time coastal environmental observations and NOAA forecasts for any region in the coastal United States. nowCOAST's LayerInfo API provides access to additional useful information on mapping layers, including Legends, Timestamps, Icons, and Layer Descriptions. The API uses HTTP calls and responses are formatted in XML, HTML and TXT.
NSDL Repository Update Service API: The National Science Digital Library (NSDL) is the national online portal for education and research on learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in the United States. The NSDL provides a XML repository search server tool called the Digital Discovery System (DDS), complete with an API built on top of Apache Lucene.
When a user uses the DDS tool in conjunction with a XML repository, they can use RESTful calls to remotely create, update, and delete collections and items in their repository using the DDS's Repository Update Service web service. Client access to a DDS repository system and, likewise, the API is governed by a list of valid IP's that can be specified in the DDS's Collection Manager interface.
Open EAN/GTIN Database API: The Open EAN/GTIN barcode number database lets users query barcode numbers online and receive information about related products. The database contains EAN/GTIN/UPC/JAN codes and provides detailed information about the products that are tagged with such a barcode number. The API lets users query the database from their own web sites and applications. It uses HTTP calls and responses are formatted in TXT.
Oracle CRM On Demand API: Oracle CRM On Demand offers an online CRM with integrated sales and marketing in the cloud. Customers can perform contextual intelligence, real-time and historic analytics, and adaptive business planning. CRM On Demand also can integrate with Outlook and mobile applications. The API uses SOAP protocol with XML responses. Full documentation is not publicly available.
Ow.ly API: Ow.ly is a link shortening and expanding application that allows users to either shrink or expand URLs for web pages, uploaded photos, and uploaded documents.
The Ow.ly API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Ow.ly with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include shortening URLs, expanding URLs, retrieving information about URLs, and accessing statistics of clicks.
OWS Coupons API: OWS Software Coupons is a coupon and deal application that allows users to include coupons and deals on their websites.
The OWS Software Coupons API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of the Coupon Data Feed with other applications. The API method available is displaying coupons and deals on websites.
Passta API: Passta (Protein annotation by secondary-structure based alignment) helps determine whether a protein sequence is related to a protein with known structure. For a given protein sequence, the program returns a Passta alignment with associated secondary structure element information.
Passta is available as a web console or as a SOAP API.
Paynoy API: Paynoy is a travel, services, and products deal website for the Philippines. Paynoy users can search for deals on travel, products, and services and receive deal information via email.
The Paynoy API allows developers to access and integrate the deal data and functionality from Paynoy with other applications. The API method allows for returning deal information.
Performancing pMetrics API: Performancing is an online resource for bloggers offering tutorials, analysis, tips, metrics, plugins, themes, jobs, monetization tools and a community base to share ideas and build relationships.
Performancing Metrics (pMetrics) offers bloggers analytics with live and historical tracking of their blog’s traffic and usage. Bloggers get detail on every visitor to their web site. The pMetrics Analytics API lets users extract their web site's traffic data into any of several formats, which can then be analyzed, stored or integrated with their own applications. The API uses HTTP calls and responses are formatted in XML, JSON, CSV and PHP.
PeriShip API: PeriShip is a company that provides visibility and issue resolution capabilities for perishable shipments. PeriShip facilitates communications before, during, and after a shipment transaction. PeriShip offers an API that allows their customers to integrate their online shopping cart with the PeriShip services.
When customers receive an order on their website for a product, they can pass an XML formatted message which contains data about the shipment (such as weight, destination, service type) to the API and receive a response back that contains the cost of the shipment. The API also notifies users what types of services are available to the customer at the time of purchase thus providing a date of when to expect the delivery. Documentation is not publicly available.
Phylogenetic Footprinting API: "Phylogenetic Footprinting" is an approach for identifying regulatory regions of genes by comparing orthologous non-coding sequences. The Phylogenetic Footprinting API created and managed by Universitätsmedizin Göttingen uses a collection of SOAP-based tools to accomplish the identification process.
Pinterest API: Pinterest calls itself a "virtual pinboard," allowing users to select photos from web pages to share with their friends. This process, called pinning, helps users collect ideas, recipes, inspiration or anything that can be found in a photo on a web page.
The Pinterest API provides developers access to an authenticated user's pinboards and pins. The API provides detailed user data, as well as the home feed for a user, pins, likes, following, followers and the ability to unfollow. Developers can also access information about specific boards and pins, including creating boards, adding pins, categories and adding/removing likes.
The API makes its data available via JSON only, with requests also wrapped as JSON.
ProThesaurus API: The ProThesaurus (Protein Thesaurus) API has two parts; a Biological Mark-up Service and a Biological Name Service. The Biological Mark-up Service scans text for the names or identifiers of biological objects (e.g. proteins) and marks any hits. The Biological Name Service identifies a biological object and provides its name, database identifiers, and other frequently used synonyms.
BeThesaurus (Beta Thesaurus) is an extension of ProThesaurus that allows users to propose their own names and identifiers for biological objects.
Rapportive API: Rapportive is an add-on for email that shows users information about their contacts. Rapportive displays information such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts, location, and workplace of email contacts.
The Rapportive API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Rapportive with other applications. Some example API methods include searching contacts, adding contacts, and accessing contact information.
Roci API: Roci (Reconstruction Of Conserved Intervals) is a tool for reconstructing the ancestral gene orders of phylogenetic trees. Given the branching pattern of a phylogenetic tree and the gene orders of the leaf nodes, it calculates sets of gene orders for the inner nodes. Roci can be used as a web console or as a SOAP API.
Rose API: Rose (Random model of sequence evolution) implements a probabilistic model of the evolution of RNA-, DNA-, or protein-like sequences to help determine their evolutionary order. Data created by Rose is useful for evaluating the methods of multiple sequence alignment computations and for predicting phylogenetic relationships.
Rose is available as a download, a web console, and a SOAP API.
Scotty App API: Scotty App is a backend management service for mobile applications. Scotty App is hosted in the cloud. With Scotty App, users can add features to their applications and choose or create models for their applications.
The Scotty App API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of Scotty App with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include user management, retrieve lists of apps and organizations, and create new users, organizations, and applications.
Searchify API: Searchify is a hosted search engine that lets users add full-text search to their application, without configuring and hosting their own search infrastructure. Searchify allows users to tune their search results ranking using custom scoring functions.
Searchify also acts a drop-in replacement for existing IndexTank users.
The REST API defines methods to manage indexes (create and delete), operate on them (add and delete documents, functions, etc), perform searches, etc. It uses HTTP and responses are formatted in JSON.
Semantria API: Semantria is a text analytics and sentiment analysis cloud application. Semantria offers analysis in both English and French, with Spanish and Portuguese coming soon.
The Semantria API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Semantria with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include retrieving status, managing tasks, managing queues, and retrieving processed tasks.
SFpark API: The service provides continuously updated information about locations and pricing of available parking in selected areas of San Francisco. DataSF, the city government's open data initiative, collects and distributes the information to help drivers choose when to drive and when to choose other transportation options. Data is provided by off-street parking providers and by sensors that report status of individual street parking spaces as occupied or vacant.
API methods support submission of search parameters, including location (latitude/longitude and preferred radius), type of parking desired (street or off-street), and whether or not to include rate information. Returned data include the locations of currently available parking, the type, and the applicable rate, if requested.
ShareFile API: ShareFile is a file sharing application. ShareFile's file sharing and transferring is secure, offers mobile access, file and folder syncing, and has an Outlook plugin.
The ShareFile API allows developers to access and integrate the data and functionality of ShareFile with other applications. Some example API methods include creating and managing files and folders, managing account information, and adding, deleting, and managing users.
SigQuotes API: The SigQuotes API returns .sig quotes posted by Alistair J.R. Young, a British systems software developer. With the API users can retrieve a DataSet containing all of the .sig quotes available, return a list of all the .sig quotes available or retrieve a randomly selected .sig quote from the list. The API uses SOAP protocol and responses are formatted in XML.
Snapjoy API: Snapjoy is a cloud based platform for users to store and share their photos. Snapjoy organizes photos using metadata within each image, such as when and where it took place. Photos are kept private by default but Snapjoy lets users share them instantly without the need to use attachments or send files. Photos can also be exported to other storage services such as Amazon S3 and Dropbox. An API is available but is currently in private beta. Users can sign up for early access.
Socialcam API: Socialcam is a video sharing application. Socialcam users can share videos with the Socialcam mobile applications. Users can tag videos, like videos, export videos, and share their videos with other Socialcam users.
The Socialcam API allows developers to access the functionality of Socialcam to create new applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should email email@example.com for API access.
StatCounter API: StatCounter is a service that lets users monitor actual human activity on their web sites in real-time. This data can then be used to perform analysis on visitor habits and more. The StatCounter API offers developers access to manage their StatCounter accounts and retrieve their stats reports. With the API developers can set up and edit StatCounter projects and also manipulate their stats data. They can also use the data to build their own widgets and apps on top of. The API uses HTTP calls and responses are formatted in XML and JSON.
Tgels API: The service searches across multiple flight booking sites and aggregates (gels) published information about special travel deals. It generates listings of flight options and last-minute airfare deals, with related information on package deals, hotel prices, etc.
API methods support listings of flight options, as well as creating and deleting flight deal packages. Requests specify originating and destination airports, date range, and other parameters. Returned data include matching combinations from multiple airlines.
Thomson Reuters Web of Science API: Web of Science is a cited reference index, which acts as a tool for discovery and the only method of retrieving accurate citation counts. Users can trace a particular research forward in time or backward in time to see how works grow and develop in a focused area of research using the only true cited reference index.
The Web of Science API lets users access the data within the index. Data includes records such as topic, title and author information. The service offers the ability to access formatted, current information for enhancing an institution’s repository, perform automatic, real time querying of multiple records, deliver real-time Web of Science information into multiple institutional applications such as department web pages or institutional repository. The API uses SOAP protocol and responses are formatted in XML. Full documentation is not publicly available.
Tibbr API: Tibbr is a social networking platform designed specifically for the workplace. Tibbr offers a variety of features for workplace content sharing, communication, and project management. Tibbr's features include microblogging, instant messaging, screen sharing, and customizable applications.
The Tibbr API allows developers to access and integrate the data and functionality of Tibbr with other applications. Some example API methods include managing users, retrieving messages, posting messages, and searching subjects.
Trafficspaces API: Trafficspaces is an advertising platform for publishers to sell advertising space and manage their advertising content. The platform allows advertisers to create their own ads within the Trafficspaces platform.
The Trafficspaces API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Trafficspaces with other applications. Some example API methods include managing users, accessing account information, and managing ad content and placements.
UserRules API: UserRules is a customer feedback application. UserRules provides a platform for companies to use to gather customer feedback on products and services. Users of UserRules can manage their customer feedback.
The UserRules API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of UserRules with other applications. Some example API methods include managing user sign on, managing domains, and installing a feedback widget.
West Midlands Regional Observatory API: The site acts as a central point where users can access information, data and intelligence about the West Midlands region in the UK. It's stated goal is to offer public agencies, private firms and voluntary and community organizations in the West Midlands improved access to well-organized information with the aim of improving the quality of strategy formulation, policy making and service provision. The API lets users access the functionality of the site search service. It lets users perform search, configure the service, manage user profiles, logs and the sending of emails. It uses HTTP and SOAP calls and responses are formatted in XML.
whos.amung.us API: whos.amung.us provides widgets that let web site owners know how many visitors on on their site in real time as well as what pages they are on, how many of them there have been in the past, and where they come from. The widgets can be used on a web site, blog or a social network. The API allows users to embed the functionality into their application be it on the desktop, web site, Facebook or elsewhere. Additionally the API can be used to create live updating widgets, no visible widgets at all, and offer much higher user tracking resolution. Full documentation is not publicly available but developers can contact the provider for more information.