Hootsuite, one of the most popular Twitter clients of all time, announced last week it raised $165 million in a round of Series B funding. The round was led by Insight Venture Partners with participation from Accel Partners and existing investor, OMERS Ventures.
Our API directory now includes 96 stocks APIs. The newest is the Eurex VALUES API. The most popular, in terms of directory page views, is the Bloomberg API. Below you’ll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of stocks APIs.
Gravity, focused on personalizing the internet, has launched a new series of free APIs to further its mission. The APIs enable web publishers to recommend content to users in addition to sponsored stories from paying advertisers. Prior to the API offering, Gravity tools provided recommendations based on demographic and interests through widgets and home page personalization. The API should expand Gravity’s reach into mobile apps and deeper web adoption.
Our API directory now includes 39 statistics APIs. The newest is the NISS API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Compete API. We list 13 Compete mashups. Below you’ll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of statistics APIs.
Our API directory now includes 37 statistics APIs. The newest is the StatHat API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Compete API. We list 13 Compete mashups. Below you’ll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of statistics APIs.
In terms of the technical details, REST and XML lead [...]
After last week’s flurry of activity we’ve got some new management role openings this week from Facebook and Mashery.
Datasift scores $15 million in funding to marry public data to private enterprise data. Subtledata debuts developer platform to access point-of-sale systems. Plus new Facebook features for Hootsuite, Cloudability exits beta while offering killer analytics and cloud spending controls, and 12 new APIs.
Busy week! We’ve got nine job openings this week in a variety of roles. Also notable this time around is the platform positions at companies not typically known for their API work: Visa, Bloomberg and Getty Images. As more and more companies continue to build an API strategy we’ll continue to see even more of these types of openings.
The Socrata Data API or SODA is one of the foremost API resources for Government and for social data discovery. One of the major use cases for open data is of course increasing law enforcement effectiveness for analysis and transparency. One such mashup using the Socrates API is the Crime Data for San Fransisco.