50 Backend APIs: CloudMine, Mydigitalstructure and QuickBlox

Wendell Santos, October 17th, 2012

CloudMineOur API directory now includes 50 backend APIs. The newest is the CloudBees API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the CloudMine API. We list two CloudMine mashups. Below you’ll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of backend APIs.

In terms of the technical details, REST and XML lead the way. There are 43 backend REST APIs and 6 backend JavaScript APIs. Our directory lists 37 backend JSON APIs and 13 backend XML APIs.

The most common tags within backend are 30 mobile backend APIs, 21 application backend APIs and 13 development backend APIs.

Backend APIs are relatively new with most having been added to our directory within the last year. This may help explain why there aren’t yet any mashups that use these APIs.

For reference, here is a list of all 50 backend APIs.

  30Loops API: App hosting and development platform

  Accthub API: Account management service

  Amazon Auto Scaling API: Cloud platform resource scaling service

  Amazon ElastiCache API: Cloud based in-memory cache

  API O MAT API: Mobile application backend service

  APIphany API: API management and hosting service

  Appcelerator API: Application development platform

  Applicasa API: Mobile backend platform

  AppNowGo! API: Web app building platform

  AT&T mHealth Platform API: Health system backend

  Axle API: API management and hosting service

  BitDeli API: Data analytics tool

  Cabana API: Mobile application building and backend service

  Clay.io API: HTML5 Game Development

  CloudBees HTTP API: Java application development platform

  CloudMine API: Backend as a service platform

  CloudyRec API: Mobile application backend service

  Cocoafish API: Backend service for mobile applications

  dotCloud API: Web application management service

  Emergent One API: API creation and management service

  FatFractal API: Application backend service

  FeedHenry API: Mobile application backend service

  Firebase API: Mobile backend platform

  Google Compute Engine API: Google based virtual machine service

  Hoppio API: Mobile backend platform

  iKnode API: Application backend service

  Jibe Mobile API: Peer-to-peer for apps platform

  Kii Cloud API: Mobile application backend service

  Kinvey API: Application backend as a service

  Kony API: Mobile application development and backend service

  Meteor API: Web application building service

  mobDB.net API: Mobile application backend and Push Notification service

  MobileIgniter API: App development platform

  mydigitalstructure API: Web application building service

  Parse API: Mobile backend platform

  Precog API: Application building platform

  QuickBlox API: Mobile application backend service

  SaaSy API: Online subscription service

  Scotty App API: Mobile application backend service

  Sencha API: Mobile application backend service

  spire.io API: Back-end API provider for application development

  StackMob API: Mobile backend platform

  Synthetic's Web API: Website parsing service

  Temboo API: Application development tools

  Tiggzi API: Mobile application building and backend service

  TracksGiving API: charitable giving tracking tool

  Trestle API: Mobile application backend service

  Trilibis SmartPath SDK API: Mobile Publishing Platform SDK

  Usergrid API: Cloud based data platform

  YorApi API: API creation service and platform

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One Response to “50 Backend APIs: CloudMine, Mydigitalstructure and QuickBlox”

October 17th, 2012
at 9:47 pm
Comment by: Taras Filatov

Hi this is Taras Filatov, founder of QuickBlox. Thanks for the mention, we need to do a better job of publishing description of our APIs and mashups at your website – as we have plenty of them.

Great job on creating and maintaining such elaborate API resource, I always mention you guys in my presentations.

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