Betable Announces 2nd Hackathon and Aims to Disrupt Gambling and Gaming

Eric Carter, March 11th, 2013

BetableBetable, the first platform that allows developers to legally create gambling games (without the developer procuring a license), has announced its second hackathon: Betable Hackathon 2.0. Building on the success of their its first hackathon, Betable expects everything from traditional casino games to unheard of games of chance and strategy to debut at the hackathon. With more and more states legalizing online gambling, the timing of this San Francisco event has been timed perfectly.


Today in APIs: YouTube Caption Translation, LinkedIn OAuth 2.0, and 8 New APIs

Kevin Sundstrom, February 22nd, 2013

YouTubeYouTube has integrated with Gengo and Translated.net to allow seamless caption translation. The LinkedIn API has moved to OAuth 2.0. Plus: StackMob launches enterprise API marketplace, Rackspace open sources PHP SDK for OpenCloud, and 8 new APIs.


Today in APIs: Gamers Improve Odds with Betable, Walgreens Prescription API, and 12 New APIs

Greg Bates, February 4th, 2013

BetableBetable’s gambling license helps gaming companies skip a step. Walgreens Prescription Refill API. Plus: Hacking competitions, quickstart tutorial on Amazon EC2 API for AWS rookies, and 12 new APIs.


Today in APIs: Betable Ups the Ante in Real-Money Gaming, Google App Engine Used to Teach Over 57,000 Students and 5 New APIs

Kevin Sundstrom, October 31st, 2012

BetableBetable announced a partnership with Slingo, Digital Chocolate and Murka. The founder of Reddit uses the Google App Engine to teach web development to thousands. Plus: Social shopping network BeauCoo will launch API in 2013, coding a Vimeo API instant search app with jQuery and 5 new APIs.


Today In APIs: API Strategy Conference, Google Maps Enables Natural Geography Views, AWS Storage Gateway and 12 New APIs

Romin Irani, October 30th, 2012

API Strategy Conference in New York has been postponed due to Sandy. Google Maps gets natural geography support. Plus Amazon Storage Gateway moves out of Beta, RapLeaf fall hackweek kick-off and 12 New APIs.


Thanks ProgrammableWeb Sponsors

Kevin Sundstrom, August 31st, 2012

ProgrammableWebThe ProgrammableWeb directories now lists over 7,100 APIs and 6,700 Mashups. Without the support of our sponsors the continued growth of these resources would not be possible. We’re pleased to offer you this chance to learn more about the companies that make our site possible.


Thanks ProgrammableWeb Sponsors

Kevin Sundstrom, August 11th, 2012

ProgrammableWebThe ProgrammableWeb directories now lists over 6,600 APIs and 6,700 Mashups. Without the support of our sponsors the continued growth of these resources would not be possible. We’re pleased to offer you this chance to learn more about the companies that make our site possible.


Today in APIs: DropBox With an Expiration, Beautiful Flickr Browser and 12 New APIs

Adam DuVander, July 16th, 2012

DropboxA new company is using the DropBox API to improve private, controlled sharing. A new Flickr API app on iPad looks gorgeous. Plus: run your own Hacker News API, what’s your favorite developer portal and 12 new APIs.


81 New APIs: Filepicker, Google, Fujifilm and Walgreens

Wendell Santos, July 15th, 2012

This week we had 81 new APIs added to our API directory including a file upload to cloud services, digital wallet services, photo uploading and printing application, serviced office accomodations and photo product catalog services. In addition we also looked at whether developers will ante up for a gambling API. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.


Today in APIs: Google Fusion Tables, Useful foursquare and 21 New APIs

Adam DuVander, July 10th, 2012

Google Fusion TablesGoogle has some big changes for its database-like Google Fusion Tables API. Conference agenda site Lanyrd is using the foursquare API to make event check-ins more useful. Plus: PadMapper finds a Craigslist API, ESRI buys a mapping startup and 21 new APIs.


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