API Spotlight: The Giving Lab, Plivo, HealthJibe and The Washington Post.

Matthew Scott, August 31st, 2012

The Giving LabOf the many APIs we published this week, ten were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, those ten will get thrown into the spotlight. Todays featured APIs include The Giving Lab API, which considers itself a charity and aims to help charities reach their goals through the technical side. To read more about how The Giving Lab is making giving, fundraising and paying money to charity easier, visit The Giving Lab API post and The Giving Lab Site.

Work Hard And Stay Healthy With HealthJibe

Candice McMillan, August 28th, 2012

HealthJibeHealthJibe is a tool designed to help users stay on top of their physical health and well-being. Part of the Allegeant suite of wellness solutions, HealthJibe was created with the intention of partnering with clients to improve the overall health of their employees; aiding them in achieving wellness goals, staying healthy, reducing health risks or managing chronic disease. The HealthJibe API is a great way for developers to integrate this services functionality.

70 New APIs: Amazon Glacier, American Express and SproutVideo

Wendell Santos, August 26th, 2012
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This week we had 70 new APIs added to our API directory including a cloud based data archiving and backup, video hosting service, comment spam prevention service, American Express payments and transactions processing, webpage classification tool. We also covered an API that looks to transform customer service. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.

Today in APIs: Twitterrific Tweets Today and Tomorrow, Facebook changes it’s App Dashboard and 11 New APIs

Kevin Sundstrom, August 22nd, 2012

TwitterTwitterrific announces that it will be moving forward with it’s update. Facebooks announced changes to it’s “App Dashboard”. Plus: Mendley’s open API changes academic publishing, Plivo takes on Twilio, and 11 new APIs.

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