Cloud storage company Hubic launches an API amidst price war. McGraw-Hill buys Engrade, secret sauce may be its API. Plus: tomorrow is the day we fight back, dark matter in the API universe, and 11 new APIs.
Of the many APIs we published this week, twelve were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those twelve, which included the WhateverWeb API. The WhateverWeb API gives developers access to the mobile developers toolkit via API calls. Specifically, the API is aimed to help developers take their websites and make them more adaptive, adding scalability and mobile optimization to their once exclusively web browser based sites. To learn more about the WhateverWeb API visit the WhateverWeb site as well as the WhateverWeb API blog post.
Celery, flexible ecommerce solution provider, allows users to accept pre-orders without charging the customer until the product is ready to ship. On the flip side, customers also have the capability to pre-pay for goods and services. In addition to flexible payment options, Celery allows developers to integrate its functionality with third party apps and workflows via the Celery API.
This week we had 36 new APIs added to our API directory including a U.S. farmers market information service, business sales and shifts information service, office goods catalog data, language heuristics tools and photo geotagging web service. In addition we also covered a collaborative screen sharing API. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.
Hostelbookers has a new API. TippingCircle helps developers organize group payments. Plus: Miami Beach’s tourism API, Angelhack hackathon, and 9 new APIs.
The Celery API enables Crowdfunding projects to easily pre-sell product in advance of release. Sprout Social makes Google Plus Pages management easier for users. Plus: the Truecaller API is a phone directory via crowd-source and 9 new APIs.