Fosbury has announced the release of a new API that aims to help companies build relationships with consumers. Plus: Imprivata announces OneSign API and 10 new APIs.
Fosbury, developer of mobile wallet campaign tools, has just announced the release of an enterprise-class API and three SDKs to help companies build relationships with consumers. The announcement comes in tandem with the release of Samsung Wallet support.
Today we had 10 new APIs added to our API directory including a tv and video advertising platform, a gene expression research database, an image optimization service, a learning assessment service, a web application hosting and publishing service and a url link shortening and management service. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.
Adap.tv API: Adap.tv is a television and video advertising platform. Users can buy and sell advertising space and content for television and video.
The Adap.tv API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Adap.tv with other applications. Public documentation is not available; API access comes with account service.
EMBL-EBI Gene Expression Atlas API: The European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI), part of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), provides open data from life science experiments, performs basic computational biology research, and supports researchers in academia and industry. EBI also hosts the Gene Expression Atlas, a semantically enriched database providing information about gene expression patterns.
The EMBL-EBI Gene Expression Atlas API is a SOAP web service providing developer access to the Atlas. The API allows applications to query the atlas using four distinct methods.
Kraken Image Optimizer API: Kraken is an image optimization service that supports JPEG, PNG, GIF, and SVG files. It helps users compress and optimize their images to save on bandwidth and reduce site load times. Kraken can also perform image cropping and resizing operations prior to optimization. Kraken users can optimize a small number of images for free using the web interface, or they can buy access to the REST API for larger-scale jobs.
Learnosity API: Learnosity is a cloud-based learning assessment toolkit. It enables users to create tests, administer them, and then analyze the results. So far, Learnosity provides 23 different kinds of questions. The service can function on any device or OS located anywhere in the world. Learnosity’s APIs allow users to author, assess, and report on tests. API users can also embed test editors, questions, or reports in other websites or applications. Additional features are in the works.
Nive API: Nive is a hosting platform and publishing environment for web applications. Easily integrate development components as web services with just a few clicks. Services include user account management, access permissions, website cms, and more.
PinnedURL API: PinnedURL provides link redirection services with link management and analytics. Customers can shorten long affiliate URLs into PinnedURLs for use on social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Customers can customize their URL with their own alias.
The PinnedURL API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of PinnedURL with other applications. Some example API methods include returning categories of URLs, managing URLs, and managing user information. The API returns either XML, JASON or Plain Text.
Streamzoo API: Streamzoo is a photo sharing and editing service. The app is capable of applying borders, filters, and many other editing effects, as well as adding hash tags and sharing on social networks.
The Streamzoo API allows 3rd party applications to access uploads from a specified user, a specified stream, or to access any single item. The API accepts HTTP calls and returns JSON formatted responses.
SupportFu API: SupportFu is a flexible, lightweight helpdesk service. Support tickets can be submitted through multiple channels and are all handled in one place. The system is easy for customers to use since they never have to log on or remember a ticket number. Everything in SupportFu updates in real time, and many common actions can be automated. The service includes analytics functions and a leaderboard for helpdesk agents. The SupportFu API provides users with programmatic access to these services, though it is currently still in alpha.
Tick.ee API: Tick.ee is a free online ticketing sales platform. Sign up for an account with tick.ee and sell tickets on a tick.ee mini-site or straight from your own website. Tick.ee offers features such as scan apps, and is easy to set up.
Tick.ee offers a REST API for access to account, ticket and user information. Sample API methods include accounts, events, locations, orders, payment service providers, ticket types, tickets, and users. Authentication is provided via OAuth 2.
topoos API: Topoos offers services for developing location based and context-aware applications. Topoos provides all of the pieces and core features that you need so that you can focus your efforts on creating a great app. Services and features include location and proximity, access to geographic information, user authentication, information storage and more.
Topoos offers a REST API for programmatic access to their services. An API key is required.