24 New APIs: Dice Jobs, OneNote, and Open Civic Data

Melody Clark, March 30th, 2014

This week, we had 37 new APIs added to our API directory including an SMS Bitcoin payment platform, an API for the New York Public Library digital collections, and a platform to organize personal media collections. We also discussed 6 great ways to increase API adoption, which is critical for any public API.

Today in APIs: IBM and AlchemyAPI Talk AI Democratization and 4 New APIs

Eric Carter, March 24th, 2014

IBM and AlchemyAPI presented together at GigaOm’s Structure Data conference on democratizing artificial intelligence (AI) with the use of APIs. Hacker’s attack rare diseases at Healthcare’s Grand H@ckfest. Plus, the ABCs of APIs and 4 new APIs.

Today in APIs: Census Bureau Remains Dedicated to API Strategy, and 7 New APIs

Eric Carter, March 21st, 2014

US Census BureauThe US Census Bureau continues to expand its API capabilities with new economic indicators. Plus, DirectX 12 will compete with AMD’s Mantle, and 7 New APIs.

SecureVideo.com Launches API for HIPAA-Compliant Videoconferencing

Patricio Robles, March 14th, 2014

With the potential to reduce the cost of healthcare and improve access to services, telemedicine — in which healthcare providers such as doctors interact with patients through electronic means — is an increasingly important part of the healthcare industry. By some estimates, telemedicine will be a multibillion-dollar market by the end of the decade.

51 New APIs: Astronomy, Census Reporter, and Delivery.com

Melody Clark, February 16th, 2014

This week, we had 51 new APIs added to our API directory including a Bitcoin purchasing platform, a real estate search engine, and an online translation service provider. We also explored Unabel, a platform that combines machine and human translation.

Today in APIs: Hubic Launches API, and 11 New APIs

Greg Bates, February 10th, 2014

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.

Google Announces Cloud Developer Challenge Winners

Romin Irani, February 7th, 2014

Google Cloud Developer Challenge 2013, a contest that invited Developers to build applications on the Google Cloud Platform has announced the contest winners after an intense period of evaluation. The contest opened for submission in September and semi-finalists were announced in early December. The semi-finalists were given a month to further develop their applications and a final round of evaluation declared 12 winners, across 6 geographical regions in the world, two winners per region. Applications were required to run on App Engine and utilize Google’s APIs like You Tube, Google + and others in innovative ways.

IBM Invests $100M to Help Developers Build Cognitive Applications

Michael Vizard, January 20th, 2014

Hard on the heels of a recent move to make its Watson supercomputer a service that developers can invoke via RESTful APIs, IBM is now making $100 million available to help developers build cognitive computing applications that can run on top of Watson.

drchrono Launches API; Provides Developers Healthcare Industry Entry

Janet Wagner, December 10th, 2013

drchronodrchrono, a leading cloud and web based Electronic Health Record (EHR) access platform provider, has just announced the launch of the drchrono API which will allow developers to create applications that enhance the drchrono platform as well as create third-party healthcare industry applications.

Practice Fusion Lands New Funding and Will Expand API Offering

Eric Carter, December 10th, 2013

Practice FusionProgrammamble Web has covered the electronic health records leader Practice Fusion as its API story has developed. Apparently, its API strategy will continue to grow as Practice Fusion just bagged $15 million in additional funding to expand its tools and API portfolio. The expanded API offering aims to expand the opportunities available to health device developers.

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