47 Hotel APIs: Hotelston, Planyo and Travelocity

Matthew Scott, November 25th, 2013

HotelsCombinedOur API directory now includes 47 hotel APIs. The newest is the Outpost.Travel Public API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the HotelsCombined API. We list 18 HotelsCombined mashups.

API Spotlight: Planets Nu, Advice Slip, and Postmaster APIs

Matthew Scott, March 30th, 2013

eBayOf the many APIs we published this week, thirteen were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those thirteen, which included the eBay API. After the creation of their developer platform in 2000, eBay has released 19 individual APIs that are split to cater to sellers or buyers. To learn more about the eBay API visit the In-Depth eBay API blog post as well as the eBay site.

Escapio API: Narrowing the Hotel Search To Top Quality Only

Candice McMillan, March 28th, 2013

EscapioHolidays and restful breaks are an important part of maintaining a happy and healthy lifestyle, and there are a lot of services out there that help to make holiday planning easy by eliminating the need to search through reams of accommodation options. The problem is, as much as the information offered online is extensive, it doesn’t always guarantee that the chosen hotel will live up to how it’s been portrayed in the pictures or that it will provide the desired experience. Escapio is a German booking portal that takes online hotel booking a step further. The service categorises it’s hotels according to lifestyle criteria and accommodation types; all hand-picked, unique and of a specific quality standard. Escapio also makes this data available via the Escapio API.

Today in APIs: Supportbee’s Dedicated API, Riverbed APIs, and 23 New APIs

Greg Bates, March 21st, 2013

SupportBeeSupportbee offers new API. Riverbed has new developer tools and APIs. Plus: fourth photo hack day coming in April, Facebook retargeter Perfect Audience launches API, and 23 new APIs.

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