This week we had 72 new APIs added to our API directory including a mobile apps analytics service, book publisher, corporate gift cards on demand, online photo editing service, web based mobile messaging and mobile payments service. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.
AIDS.gov Service Provider Locator API: AIDS.gov is a government site dedicated to increasing HIV testing and care for those living with HIV or at-risk populations. The site provides access to Federal HIV information, policies (e.g. the National HIV/AIDS Strategy), programs, and resources.
The site offers users the HIV/AIDS Prevention and Service Provider Locator, a location-based search tool that allows users to search for testing services, housing providers, health centers and other service providers near a given location. The API provides access to the same data that can be found using the tool: service provider names, addresses, phone numbers, locations and more, categorized by service type. It uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON and HTML.
AlertRocket API: AlertRocket is a service that allows users to send mobile push notifications via their web sites and web applications. The service embeds links on web sites that users can then click to subscribe to receive notifications on their smartphones and tablets. The API exposes this functionality and makes it available to developers. Calls include sending push notifications, modifying registrations, and viewing registrations and feedback. The API uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON.
Allen Brain Atlas API: The Allen Brain Atlas is a collection of public online resources integrating extensive gene expression and neuroanatomical data. It is especially rich in resources relating to human and mouse neuroscience, but also includes some resources on non-human primates. The Allen Brain Atlas API consists of a set of URLs that make most of the data behind the project available for download.
Amazon Gift Cards API: The Amazon Gift Codes On Demand service lets companies create and distribute electronic Amazon Gift Card claim codes on demand, in real time, in virtually any denomination. The corportate program allows businesses to use the Amazon brand in their promotions as well as order physical cards in addition to the electronic codes. The API allows users to request individual gift codes and receive them instantly. The codes can then be distributed in any chosen format instantly. Documentation is not publicly available and interested developers should contact the provider for more information.
Bachbill API: The service provides a SaaS platform for application support, with bundles and subscriptions combining services for charging and provisioning applications according to specific needs. Applications can assemble packages of billing, payment, and delivery services to implement system capabilities and designs without unnecessary custom development.
API methods support definitions of events and actions for interacting with service resources. Methods also support management of account functions to integrate administrative actions of the service with an application's own functions.
BrandMyMail API: BrandMyMail offers a platform that lets users customize their email using social media. Users can add dynamic social content such as Twitter and Facebook updates, YouTube videos, blog posts, videos and more. In addition the platform gives users analytics tools that count the total emails sent, open rates and clicks. The API allows users to integrate the BrandMyMail platform with enterprise software. It uses HTTP calls and responses are formatted in XML and JSON.
BuyAds API: BuyAds.com is the largest catalog of Class 1 advertising. It lets web sites such as TechCrunch and Mashable create premium, guaranteed ad packages that users can shop through and buy. Everything through BuyAds is site specific and guaranteed/reserved campaigns – making it a programmatic futures market for premium ad inventory.
Through the API users can access the catalog of websites and their inventory, see pricing and availability, submit orders and offers, and complete the life cycle of an order including approval, payment, trafficking, and more.
The API is not available to the public. Select partners, like DSPs, RFP managers, or other similar marketing solutions are invited to access the API. Please contact the provider for more info at email@example.com. BuyAds.com is powered by www.isocket.com.
BuzzData API: BuzzData is a service that offers data hosting and management services. Users can upload data, track revisions, share data, and interact with the data with BuzzData.
The BuzzData API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of BuzzData with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include downloading datasets, listing datasets, and managing user information.
Capptain API: Capptain is a mobile apps analytics service that allows users to track and communicate with their users in real-time. Features of the service include the ability to track installs and their origins, monitoring of an app's performance, targeted push campaigns and more. The API allows developers to enable real-time app communication. It uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON. Full documentation is available with login.
Card.io API: card.io is a mobile payment service. card.io can be integrated within applications for mobile payments. card.io uses the mobile phone's camera for credit card scanning and payment processing.
The card.io API allows developers to integrate the functionality of card.io with other applications. The main API method is accepting payments and retrieving credit card and payment information.
CashFlows API: CashFlows is a web and mobile payment service. CashFlows allows businesses to invoice and collect payments from their customers via web or mobile payment platforms.
The CashFlows API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of CashFlows with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include payment management, user account management, and invoicing accounts.
Cent2Cent API: Cent2Cent is an on demand ecommerce platform specializing in digital content. The platform gives users the ability to offer promotions, affiliation and a purchase flow that are optimized for the digital content market. The platform is compatible with all devices, provides management capabilities, analysis tools and supports local payments, currencies and languages.
CSC PairsDB API: PairsDB is a collection of protein sequences and the BLAST and PSI-BLAST alignments between them. Instead of running BLAST or PSI-BLAST individually, results can be retrieved from a database of pre-computed alignments. PairsDB is continually updated as it aims to become as comprehensive as possible. Alignment results can be retrieved from PairsDB via SOAP API.
Cubify API: The service provides a platform for designing three-dimensional objects and then generating copies of the designs using 3D printing technology. It also allows sharing of designs among the user community, with potential to buy and sell rights to produce objects based on the designs.
API methods support creation and management of object designs, including raster images and collections of images constituting a model of an object. Methods also allow management of groups of designs as "brands" as well as interaction among users of the service and purchase transactions.
Don Best Sports API: Don Best Sports is a web site that provides real time odds, information and news on various sports. The Don Best Sports API allows users to access the site data via web calls. The available data includes schedule, messages, injuries, betting lines, scores, teams, leagues and SportsBooks. The API uses SOAP protocol and responses are formatted in XML.
EBSCO Host API: The service is specific to the biomedical libraries within provider's general reference search tools. It is intended for quick online access to authoritative resources to support clinical settings, nursing activities, patient education, and general medical research. Applications gain topic-based access to comprehensive Electronic Health/Medical Records (EHR/EMR) to receive contextually relevant, evidence-based summaries for conditions and procedures from an network of resources, including DynaMed.
API methods support search within the provider's EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) or its integrated EBSCO Health Information Service (EHIS) collections. Methods also support browse access to system resources and retrieval of authority records for standard medical terminology.
Enrycher API: The service provides text analysis and processing at two levels. Shallow text processing reviews a sample to detect topic and keyword coverage and extract named entities, including people, places, organizations, and some numerical entities like percentages and amounts of money. Deep text processing attempts to resolve named entities detected with standard sources and linked datasets, including DBpedia, while also merging references to identical named entities, disambiguating word senses, and performing other complex semantic processing.
API methods support identification of named entities within sample text and merging of separate references to a specific entity. Methods also detect matches for those entities within standard repositories, disambiguation of references to different entities, categorization, and export to RDF formats.
Floorplanner API: The service provides online tools for creating building layouts and floorplans then sharing those images via web URLs. Some of that functionality is exposed via the API to allow other applications to incorporate planning and floorplan image management functions.
API methods support create/read/update/delete (CRUD) functions for floorplan images. Methods also allow inclusion of floorplans in larger user projects, publishing or protecting project collections, and exporting designs in standard formats.
Flow API: Flow offers real-time information solutions, such as the Flow cloud-based platform as a service. Flow allows users to retrieve and curate the real-time information and data needed for a variety of applications and services.
The Flow API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of Flow with other applications and to create new applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and API access.
GamerCV API: The service logs scoring history for online games, allowing reporting and comparison across individual game platforms. It is intended to promote social interaction among players, which increases awareness of the games.
API methods support updating and retrieving scores logged for a specific game. The API facilitates recording and reporting player histories to build reputation and interaction around a game.
GeoAdmin API: GeoAdmin by the Swiss Confederation is a geospatial and mapping tool. GeoAdmin allows access to geospatial data provided by the Swiss Confederation.
The GeoAdmin API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of GeoAdmin with other applications, websites, and to create new applications. Some example API methods include mapping, map rendering, creating layers, and managing and editing maps created.
Geocoda API: Geocoda is a service that allows users to add geolocation and geodata to applications. Geodata can be stored and managed with Geocoda's database.
The Geocoda API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and geodata of Geocoda with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include retrieving and listing location information and finding and returning geocordinates.
Google In-App Payments API: The Google In-App Payments API gives developers the ability to add an in app purchase flow allowing them to sell digital and virtual goods from within their app. The API uses a JSON Web Token (JWT) to represent the items that can be purchased. For buyers the service allows for purchases that require a minimum of clicks and lets them purchase across the web and mobile with a single secure account.
Google Payment Express API: The Google Payment Express API lets merchants accept Google Wallet over mobile devices. With the API merchants can access and store payment information in the cloud. Buyers payment information from Google Wallet is passed to the merchant to complete the transaction with their own payment processor. The API currently is only for partner merchants and does require authorization to use.
Grove.io API: Grove is a hosted IRC chat service for teams that goes beyond basic IRC servers. It offers archived and searchable chat logs, channel management and access control, private messaging, and web client services. It also supports the major IRC clients and bots. Grove offers three API services: Simple POST for posting basic service messages to channels, HTTP API for building applications on top of Grove and pulling a variety of usage data, and Live API for requesting real-time updates via long polling.
HarperCollins Open Book API: HarperCollins is a large book publisher. HarperCollins publishes a wide variety of genres, including fiction, memoirs, business books, biographies, cookbooks, and children's books.
The HarperCollins API allows developers to access and integrate the HarperCollins book information, such as authors, titles, and previews, with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include retrieving author information, retrieving book previews, and retrieving other book information.
Healthfinder.gov API: Healthfinder is an example of a government health agency’s API. Their Quick Guide to Healthy Living API provides developers the latest version of the healthfinder.gov Quick Guide to Healthy Living content. This API allows developers flexibility to create customized products. To assist with this process, they have made the same content and updates available via content syndication for users with less web development experience or fewer resources.
HipCricket API: Hipcricket is a mobile marketing and advertising company. Hipcricket offers AD LIFE, a messaging platform that lets users create, manage and measure mobile marketing campaigns. The platform gives users the ability to send messages out via SMS or MMS. The Hipcricket API allows developers to integrate the platform's ability to send and receive mobile messages into their own existing systems. Documentation of the API is not publicly available.
HoundSleuth API: HoundSleuth is a cloud-based search engine. Users can index documents and search for other documents in real-time.
The HoundSleuth API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of HoundSleuth into other applications, websites, and to create new applications. Some example API methods include indexing documents, managing documents, search management, and scoring documents.
iBuildApp API: iBuildApp is a "do-it-yourself" mobile application building platform. iBuildApp offers features and services to help companies and organizations build mobile applications. iBuildApp's features include design tools, media management tools, and social network integrations.
The iBuildApp API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of iBuildApp with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include managing images, managing events, and managing news items.
IMSLP API: The International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP) is a community built library of public domain music scores, the originals which have been scanned to PDF. The project contains over 170,000 scores and 10,000 recordings for over 50,000 works by over 7,200 composers. The IMSLP API allows developers to query the data stored in the library. This data includes composer, work, file, category, record ID and more. It uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON, PHP and WDDX.
InfoNgen API: InfoNgen is a content discovery engine and service for industry professionals. InfoNgen offers customers cloud-based services for content discovery, analysis, and reporting in fields such as corporate, financial, and legal.
The InfoNgen web services API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of InfoNgen with other applications. The API allows for searching and retrieving results. Public documentation is not available; API access is available through accounts.
Jet2.com API: Jet2 is the UK’s leading low cost airline flying from 8 UK airports to over 40 European cities. Jet2.com offers an affiliate program that allows partners to monetize their website traffic by referring sales to Jet2.com. Partners have access to the Jet2.com API that profides access to live pricing on flights. Interested developers should contact the provider for more information. Documentation is not publicly available.
JISC Monitoring Unit API: The service is provided by the UK government organization that champions integration of technology within higher education. Its role includes overseeing technology initiatives it funds within UK colleges and universities, which file required reports tracking their service performance against established metrics. The Monitoring Unit provides access to reported data, both to JISC to measure service usage over time and to inform interested third parties.
API methods support search against the database of technology programs within institutions and sites monitored by JISC. Methods allow retrieval of summaries across sites or detailed reporting on individual sites.
Kii Cloud API: Kii Cloud is a cloud-hosted backend solution provider for mobile applications. Features of Kii Cloud include user management, application monetization, and analytics and reporting tools.
The Kii Cloud API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Kii Cloud with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include managing user accounts, managing data and media, and requesting ads.
Kippt API: Kippt is a bookmarking application that users can use to save web files. Users can organize their bookmarks, search them, and share them with other people.
The Kippt API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Kippt with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include managing account information, retrieving lists of bookmarks, and searching lists and bookmarks.
KT Ucloud API: KT is South Korea's leading telecom company and among their products is the ucloud public cloud service. The KT ucloud is a public cloud service serving the Asia-Pacific region. It delivers resources including infrastructre, platform and software for on demand elastic computing. The RESTful API can be used for managing user creation and storage information as well as creation and management of file boxes.
LoginRadius API: LoginRadius is a service that allows users to log in to multiple websites with their existing social network accounts, such as Facebook and Twitter. Companies can integrate LoginRadius into their websites to allow their visitors to log in with their social network accounts.
The LoginRadius API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of LoginRadius with other applications and websites. Some example API methods include authenticating sessions, managing user accounts and data, and retrieving user data. Documentation is available with an account and login.
Meridix API: Meridix is a service that lets users webcast their own sports and events with live audio and video. The webcasts have the ability to launch game trackers and live scores. When an event is completed, users can send automatic text or email alerts.
The Meridix API allows users to retrieve data from any of their Meridix accounts for use in their web sites or applications. This includes live data from from webcasts, scores, news, photos, polls, and other content. It uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in XML.
MintChip API: The Royal Canadian Mint has created MintChip, a digital currency that can be used online, on mobiles, and on other devices as real currency with real value. MintChip also works offline at physical point-of-sales.
The MintChip API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of hosted MintChip with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include retrieving chip information, retrieving chip log entries, and retrieving the value of the chip.
Mxit API: Mxit is a social networking application for users in Africa. Users of Mxit can share updates, chat with friends, text message, and upload images and media, among other things.
The Mxit API allows developers to access and integrate Mxit with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include sending and receiving messages, listing and retrieving elements, and managing user accounts.
Norwegian Bioinformatics Platform API: The Norwegian Bioinformatics Platform hosts a collection of APIs for accessing the Eukaryotic Linear Motif (ELM) database and the Jaspar database. The ELM database contains descriptions, representation, and known instances of functional sites in proteins. The Jaspar database contains profiles of transcription factor binding sites in DNA. Data can be retrieved from these databases via SOAP calls.
Nutritionix API: Nutritionix is a search engine and database for nutrition information. Users can browse or search by restaurants and food to find nutrition information. Users can also share their nutrition data with Nutritionix.
The Nutritionix API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of Nutritionix with other applications and to create new applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should sign up here: http://www.nutritionix.com/api .
OpenLigaDB API: OpenLigaDB is an open community operated database for entering and retrieving sports information. This information, primarily centered on football results can be used in the creation and running of leagues. The API provides access to the data stored on the site. This data includes date and time of games, group information, name and URL of teams, game outcomes, latest updates to the game data and more. The API can also be used to manage leagues including adding and editing of teams and schedules and entering the game results. It uses SOAP protocol and responses are formatted in XML. The site and documentation are in German.
Pathbase API: Pathbase is a database of images showing pathology in mutated or genetically altered mice for educational and referential purposes. Image types include histopathology photomicrographs and macroscopic images. The desired images can be retrieved by searching for specific lesions or classes of lesion, by genetic locus, or by a wide set of parameters shown on the Advanced Search Interface. The Pathbase API allows users to access the database programmatically via SOAP calls.
PicMonkey API: PicMonkey is an online photo editing service from the makers of Picnik. The current API uses Picnik endpoints and is designed to be compatible with the Picnik API to help existing Picnik API partners. Functionality includes using PicMonkey to upload, edit and save user images. Public documentation is not currently available but interested developers should contact the provider at email@example.com.
PlantTFDB API: The Plant Transcription Factor Database (PlantTFDB) contains over 50,000 transcription factors (TF) from 49 species of green algae, mosses, ferns, gymnosperms, and angiosperms. Each identified TF is given comprehensive annotations, including functional domains, 3D structures, gene ontology, expression information, and annotations from various databases. By inferring orthologous groups and constructing phylogenetic trees, evolutionary relationships among identified TFs can be inferred. Data from PlantTFDB can be accessed programmatically via SOAP API.
Pontiflex API: Pontiflex is a digital content advertising platform. Pontiflex offers advertisers services to place ads in digital applications and lets publishers run ads to make money.
The Pontiflex API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of Pontiflex with other applications. Public documentation is not available; API access comes with account sign up.
Precog API: Precog is an application building platform. Precog's APIs allow developers to access the functionality of Precog to build, support, store, and analyze features and applications. Some of the API methods include managing jobs, user account management, and retrieving lists and specified paths.
ProDom API: ProDom hosts a comprehensive database of protein domain families. These domain families are automatically generated from global comparisons of all available protein sequences in the UniProt Knowledge Database. In recent years, ProDom has placed increased emphasis on 3D modeling of proteins. A series of SOAP-based APIs are available that allow ProDom information to be retrieved programmatically.
PSNapi API: The service logs and provides access to information about game-play on the PlayStation 3 platform. It allows creation and updating of player profiles and social links among players. It also provides information about games and player history, including trophies gained through game-play over time.
API methods support creating and updating a player profile, with name, avatar, progress levels over time, and trophies won. Methods also allow management of friend links among player profiles and updating of overall player experience for specific games.
Purifyr API: Purifyr is a service that mines web content to extract information based on semantic analysis. Purifyr turns websites with a lot of graphics and "noise" into the written content it contains without anything else.
The Purifyr API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Purifyr with other applications and to create new applications. The API method returns content from a website URL when submitted to the API endpoint.
PushWoosh API: PushWoosh is a service for push notifications to devices and applications. PushWoosh offers a variety of accounts and plans, based on the user's needs.
The PushWoosh API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of PushWoosh with other applications. Some example API methods include creating messages, registering devices, and removing devices.
Reactome API: Reactome is a publicly available, peer reviewed biological pathway database. The core unit of the Reactome data model is the reaction. Entities (nucleic acids, proteins, complexes, and small molecules) participating in reactions form a network of biological interactions that are grouped into pathways. Pathway annotations are authored by expert biologists in collaboration with the Reactome editorial staff and cross-referenced to many bioinformatics databases.
Redbus API: The service provides ticketing free of booking fees for bus travel within India. It generates ticket documents for users to print or distributes valid "mTickets" via SMS text message, avoiding crowds, long waits, and sell-outs at physical ticketing locations.
API methods support submission of ticketing requests, including review and selection of routes, boarding and drop-off points, and seating layouts. Methods allow creation and cancellation of tentative bookings as well as completion of the ticketing process.
Redis To Go API: Redis To Go is a platform for hosting and managing instances of Redis.
The Redis API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Redis To Go with other applications. The available API method is retrieving lists of instances.
Regulatory Sequence Analysis Tools API: Regulatory Sequence Analysis Tools (RSAT) offers a series of applications dedicated to the detection of regulatory signals in non-coding DNA sequences. The only input required is a list of genes of interest. From this information, users can retrieve upstream sequences, discover putative regulatory signals, search matching positions for these signals, and display results graphically in the form of a feature map.
SaaSpose API: SaaSpose is a cloud-based document generation, conversion and automation platform. Developers can use Saaspose to allow their apps the ability to work with Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, Adobe PDFs, OpenDocument formats, and email formats and protocols.
The SaaSpose API offers the following functionality to be integrated into a users web site or application: Document Assembly & Mail-Merge, Reporting, Document Conversion, Text and Image Extraction, Device Targeting, Metadata Removal, Barcode Recognition, Generation & Embedding, Email Templating & Tracking. It uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in XML and JSON.
SmarterMeasure API: The service helps educators to assess a learner's readiness to engage in an online learning program and overall prospects for success in an instructional environment heavy in technology. It provides assessment tools to evaluate student skills, knowledge, and attributes suited to technological instruction.
API methods support learner account creation and management, reporting of assessment results, and charting of results. Integration kits allow connection of the service with the Blackboard and Pearson Learning Studio environments.
TalentAnalytics API: The service provides custom human resources and recruiting content to support recruiting, HR management, and staffing planning. Its functions support identifying and researching candidates for open positions, creating interview questionnaires and screening instruments, and engaging existing team members.
API methods support creation and updating job candidate records as well as assembly and delivery of system content elements. Available content elements include text discussions of the optimal work environment, indicators for performance assessment, and tips for communication, managing, and motivating employees.
Telsolutions API: Telsolutions is a multi-channel communications company that offers voice, email, and text messaging, analysis and security services. The Telsolutions Web Services API modules allow users to integrate selected Telsolutions services into their own custom business applications. The API modules provide solutions for automated data exchange, real-time messaging, and Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) capabilities like call routing and call pacing.
TFmodeller API: TFmodeller scans a DNA-binding protein sequence against a library of protein-DNA complexes and builds comparative models of how the protein might bind to DNA. The resulting output includes complex coordinates, schematic interface diagrams, interface alignments, and DNA motifs. TFmodeller's functions are available as either a web interface or a SOAP API.
Thru API: Thru is a provider of secure and managed file transfer solutions. The service is used for the secure sending, sharing and collaboration of files and folders worldwide. Thru can be used to work with confidential financial records, sensitive healthcare data, advanced architectural/engineering designs and more. The Thru API allows for integration between their Managed File Transfer as a service and third party applications. Functionality includes enabling users to publish content to portals, perform searches, set file expiration and more. The API uses SOAP protocol and responses are formatted in XML. Public documentation is not available.
TogoWS API: TogoWS aims to integrate and simplify API access to databases provided by major bioinformatics centers, such as NCBI, EBI, DDBJ, KEGG, PDBj, and CBRC. These databases' APIs are especially useful for high throughput analyses. TogoWS provides users with a way of accessing all of them uniformly via SOAP or REST calls.
The TogoWS website and API documentation are available in both English and Japanese.
UseFunnel API: The service provides a data-collection platform for smartphones designed to invite and log user responses for any application. Forms and collection tools provide touch-friendly controls for ease of use, logical question selection and branching based on user responses, and configurable themes. Data analysis and report tools retrieve responses with a range of visualization options.
API methods support creating and viewing questions to be presented as well as user responses, either by individual submission or in summary.
Validator.nu API: The service validates html code against a range of standards specified in the request. Options include generic or html5 validation, or validation of the document object model. Input includes an http or https URL or data resource IRI. A range of preset schemas can be specified in the request.
API methods support submission of a resource URL to be validated, along with a number of parameters for parser, schema, and Unicode options. Returned data provide references to departures from relevant standards.
VetMedStat API: The service provides remote collaboration and advisory services in veterinary medicine. It offers consultation on animal radiology, cardiology, and other diagnostic and clinical actions. In addition to detailed reporting based on submitted observations, consultants from the service provide expert evaluation to help guide animal medical interventions.
API methods support creation of new cases and retrieval of existing cases, addition of new diagnostic information and reports, and related functions. API interactions enable interactions of veterinarians with the service and timely responses to patient situations.
Visual Omics aGEM API: aGEM (anatomic Gene Expression Mapping) is designed to integrate phenotypic information from spatial and temporal distributions of expressed genes. It provides easy access to information on gene expression in humans and mice. For those who are developing an application and wish to integrate with aGEM, API documentation is available by request.
WEHUB API: The Water and Environmental Hub (WEHUB) is an open-source, open-data project that collects, aggregates, and connects data from various sources on water and environment. Features include a spatial map, database, and tools for data visualization.
The WEHUB API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of WEHUB with other applications and to create new applications. Documentation is available with free account registration and login.
XML Team FlexSport API: XML Team Solutions is a sports news and data provider offering various solutions for businesses in need of syndicated content. These solutions include sports feeds, fantasy games, player analysis as well as local content creation. XML Team Solutions offers syndicated feeds covering all major North American sports leagues and events. The FlexSport API lets users query the site databases for all available XML feeds. Documentation is not publicly available.
XSPAN API: XSPAN is an internet-based cross-species anatomy network designed to support access to tissue-based genetic information. It provides interoperability between databases of key model embryos which, in turn, facilitates access to gene expression and other tissue-based data across species. XSPAN's database of cross-species anatomy information can be accessed programmatically via SOAP calls.
YESpay API: YESpay is a payments services company that provides secure EMV Chip and PIN credit and debit cards, and e-commerce card payment processing services. YESpay provides APIs to enable integrations with all of its EasyV-Suite products. With the API users can add a card payment flow directly into their system. Additionally the API allows for transactions reporting, automating the capture process, viewing delivery addresses products that have been ordered by customers and more. Documentation is available with a partner account.