Of the many APIs we published this week, 15 were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those 15, which include the Datownia API. The Datownia API generates an API from an Excel spreadsheet that allows developers to integrate their data with any website or app. The object of the API is to allow developers to update content on multi-platform apps simultaneously. To learn more about the Datownia API visit the Datownia site as well as the Datownia API blog post.
What do you do when things don’t go as planned in the course of business? Filing a lawsuit is an option but for many people, myself included, navigating the legal landscape is like a trek into the wilderness. I’d be foolish to do it without a guide. Arbitration is a simpler process, involving only the parties to the dispute and an arbiter who will resolve the dispute. Judge.me is a service that takes arbitration online in order reach parties in business arrangements that span the globe. Now it is possible to integrate submission of arbitration cases to the Judge.me service via the Judge.me API, meaning that dispute resolution features could be added to existing contract focused applications.
This week we had 71 new APIs added to our API directory including a lego database lookup service, cloud cost management system, ecommerce platform, corporate payment service, library document sharing service, copywriting and proofreading services, time-tracking service and local commerce platform. Below is more details on each of these new APIs.
Several announcements already out of the Portland API Hackday. The StormPath API is expanding its developer tools and sharing six months worth of API best practices knowledge. Mashery has released a new client library generation project as open source. Plus: cheap Postgres hosting on Heroku, Programmable Webster and 16 new APIs.