Since the site is not a travel agency, they don’t charge for bookings. Instead, the goal is to inspire people to travel, and make that easier offering a friendly search engine so you can compare, schedule and book. Drungli exudes a commitment to fun. They have a map to test your geography skills. Consider this rare type of ”anti-testamonial” they’ve posted:
“Must. Not. Use. Drungli. To. Book. More. Travelling…. Must. Take. Degree. Seriously. 😔💭✈”
They’re also committed to finding inexpensive solutions, with blog posts like How to Stay in Beautiful Homes for Free , that has a list of house sitting networks you can belong to. And wacky: their home page allows you to pick a travel date and they pick the place… The new way to throw a dart at a map.
First, you can send SMS from websites and applications. Second, you can receive them. And lastly you can get delivery reports. Public documentation is not available. But they have a contact form for gaining access.
Today we had 11 new APIs added to our API directory including a bulk sms service, a new zealand address information services, a bitcoin commodity exchange, a domain name reseller service and a security pricing service. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.
360 Technologies Bulk SMS API: 360 Technologies is a software and hardware company that provides its customers with bulk SMS services. These services can be integrated programmatically with other websites and applications via REST API. This API allows users to send SMS, receive SMS, and get delivery reports on sent SMS.
AddressFinder API: AddressFinder delivers data describing New Zealand’s two million addresses. The AddressFinder API allows developers to programmatically access this data, as well as information on the country’s addresses, streets, suburbs, cities, and regions. Exposed functionalities include the ability to search for a specific address, retrieve an ordered list of addresses near a GPS coordinate, retrieve bulk address information for a specified area, and much more.
Cex.io API: Cex.io is a Bitcoin commodity exchange that that doesn’t sell bitcoins, but shares in the equipment used to mine them. Users have ownership shares, and pay a fee for equipment cost and upkeep, and earn bitcoins as the machines produce them. The Cex.io API uses REST calls, returns JSON, and allows users to make queries to execute trades and get pricing information. An account is required with service, and an API key and SSL are used for authentication.
Crazy Domains API: Crazy Domains is an international domain name registrar that also provides web hosting and online marketing services. The Crazy Domains API provides developer access to the company’s reseller services. Developers submit customer transactions to the Crazy Domains server, which authenticates the reseller’s credentials, processes the transaction, and returns an XML response.
Currenex API: Currenex is a financial pricing service that offers Executable Streaming Prices (ESP™), Algorithmic Trading, Benchmark Trading, Request For Streams (RFS), and brokerage functionality with integrated Straight Through Processing (STP). The Currenex API is available through REST calls, returning JSON for many of the functions, and follows the FIX standard. An account is required with service.
Drungli API: Drungli is a travel site that allows users to search and find low-cost flights, hotels, hostels, and apartments rentals. Drungli is not a travel agency, so they don’t charge any booking fees.
The Drungli API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Drungli with other applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should email Drungli at firstname.lastname@example.org for API access.
Eve-Central API: Eve-Central is online marketplace where users can buy and sell goods. The Eve-Central API allows users to query to retrieve aggregate statistics for the items specified within a marketplace, retrieve all of the available market orders, including prices, stations, order IDs, and volumes and make other calls to the site. The API uses REST calls and returns XML or JSON. An account is required with service.
FixMyStreet API: FixMyStreet.org.nz is a web site built to help New Zealanders make service requests to their local council. Examples of requests would be to fix issues such as graffiti, unlit lampposts, or damaged street signs. Users upload details to the site and the issue is submitted to their council.
The FixMyStreet offers an API based on the Open311 GeoReport v2 standard. The API allows developers to programmatically indicate service request status changes, such as a request being accepted or resolved. The API is also able to append comments and other metadata to a service request.
NTZA Traffic Webcams API: The New Zealand Transport Agency’s InfoConnect is a web service that connects developers with NZ traffic monitoring systems through a series of APIs. The Traffic Webcams API provides developer access to more than 100 cameras across New Zealand.
Sampark SMS API: Sampark SMS provides bulk SMS services for businesses, schools, colleges, and other such organizations. It is designed to help keep in touch with existing clients and cultivate new leads. The Sampark SMS API allows users to integrate bulk SMS capabilities into their websites and applications. Users must contact Sampark’s support team for further documentation.
Trade.tf API: Trade.tf is a product sales site for steam users. Users can post for sale or buy items. The site includes trading segregated by quality, spreadsheets of pricing, and crates of items. The Trade.tf API allows uses to use REST calls to get a spreadsheet to display prices on a user’s website. The API returns JSON and an API Key is required for use. An account is required with service.