ProgrammableWeb first covered Ordr.in a little over a year ago as it released APIs during Hackfood the Hackathon. Since then, Ordr.in has made significant strides in its relationships with developers and partners. Two relationships Ordr.in announces this week include partnerships with Microsoft and Delivery.com.
Our API directory now includes 50 accounting APIs. The newest is the Accounting Suite API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Intuit Data Service API. We list one Intuit Data Service mashup.
Our API directory now includes 79 file sharing APIs. The newest is the Seafile API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the 4Shared API. We list one 4Shared mashup. Below you’ll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of file sharing APIs.
The final post of this three-part series features information about adaptive learning technology and integration with legacy systems.
If Google wants to grow the user base for its social networking platform Google+ by targeting the business segment, an API might be just the thing. To that end, Google recently brought its Google+ Domains API out of beta. Now developers everywhere can use the API to integrate Google+ functions and services into their existing business tools.
Mailgun launches new API to verify emails in webforms. Cloudmade’s API launched for clients to securely authorize against CloudMade’s servers. Plus: Beer mapping, the most profane API ever, and 12 new APIs.
The Mailgun API, called “Guardpost,” validates emails typed into forms by users. A Mailgun account is required to use the service, but use of the API itself is free.