70 Development APIs: Algolia, iKnode and Temboo

Matthew Scott, November 13th, 2013

HerokuOur API directory now includes 70 development APIs. The newest is the Bynd API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Heroku API. We list 18 Heroku mashups .


56 New APIs: BuzzStream, Pactas and Panopta APIs

Matthew Scott, October 6th, 2013

This week we had 56 new APIs added to our API directory including a service that builds word-of-mouth campaign management software providing read only access to its CRM system, a visual image search and recognition application, a ordering, inventory and point of sale management service for both retailers and suppliers, and geolocation based off of an IP address. In addition, we profiled an on demand delivery and shipping service.


API Spotlight: Cloudifier, Gnip and Pactas APIs

Matthew Scott, October 5th, 2013

CloudfierOf the many APIs we published this week, seven were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll illuminate those seven by throwing them into the spotlight. The eight included the Cloudifier API. Cloudifier allows users to create web applications without writing all the code. Instead they use the Cloudifier business programing language to create a solution, which Cloudifier then generates into a web application.  All of the Cloudifier functionalities are attainable through the Cloudifier API, giving developers the same power to create applications as normal users. To learn more about the Cloudifier API visit the Cloudifier site as well as the Cloudifier API blog post.


Today in APIs: OpenKit Backend for Social Games, Social Foundry’s SOAPbox API Adaptor, and 15 New APIs

Greg Bates, September 30th, 2013

OpenKitThe OpenKit back end goes live. Social Foundry’s SOAPbox API Adaptor. Plus: WebStorm puts everything at your finger tips, and 15 new APIs.


Cloudfier API Grants Access to Business Web App Functionality

Eric Carter, September 30th, 2013

CloudfierBusiness applications created on the Cloudfier platform inherently contain an API that grants full access to app functionality through the Cloudfier API. Cloudfier allows users to define a business centric solution with Cloudfier’s business programming language. After the solution is defined, the platform automatically creates a web application. Cloudfier was built on Elipse Orion and aims to move towards a new type of development.


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