API Spotlight: Urbanesia, Brightidea and Fanatix

Kevin Sundstrom, August 3rd, 2012

UrbanesiaOf the many APIs we published this week, three were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those three, which included the Urbanesia API. We wrote that Urbanesia, the leading Indonesian lifestyle directory, had released an API that enables third-party developers to incorporate Urbanesia’s location data into apps. The article continues, “Although the API is targeted for a focused geography (Indonesia), opening location data to third-party developers should open up opportunities that would not arise without offering an open API.” Read more in the Urbanesia API post or check out the Urbanesia API profile.

BrightideaThe Brightidea API allows access to data created using Brightidea On Demand Products. The post explains, “The Brightidea Innovation Suite is a cloud-based, integrated set of Web 2.0 and social networking tools, designed to give organizations the tools to build an innovation culture amongst employees, partners and customers.” Read more in the Brightidea API post or check out the Brightidea API profile.

FanatixFantatix is a “… social TV platform for sports, but it offers a lot more than simple game viewing.”

The blog post enumerates:

  • Fanatix connects your social graph with the global sports television schedule
  • Fanatix enables you to connect to Facebook to see which of your friends are watching the game
  • The private group messenger makes it possible to select groups of college friends or fantasy sports enthusiasts to share the game with
  • You can tweet about the game straight from the fanatix app

To read more check out the Fanatix API post or take a look at the Fanatix API profile.

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