37 New APIs: Eat24, Apperian, and StrikeIron

Melody Clark, April 20th, 2014

This week, we had 37 new APIs added to our API directory including a service that enables medication adherence for prescription drugs, an eCommerce companion application to convert sales, and an interactive music and entertainment platform. We also covered Twitter’s acquisition of Gnip.


Today in APIs: Radius Launches API Performance Monitoring Solutions, and 9 New APIs

Eric Carter, April 11th, 2014

Radius has launched a new API Performance Monitoring Solution. Runscope landed another round of funding to develop tools targeted at the enterprise. Plus, Apigee develops its big data analytics story and 9 new APIs.


Google Cloud Platform Announces Price Cuts, Managed VMs and new Developer Experiences

Romin Irani, March 31st, 2014

Google has ruffled feathers with Cloud Computing vendors by announcing a series of price cuts and features that are bound to have long lasting effects on the industry. At the Cloud Platform Live Event held on March 25, Google not just cut prices drastically across its offerings, but announced key features like Managed VMs and developer experience improvements that have made it a worthy competitor to Amazon Web Services, who is the current heavyweight in the Infrastructure As a Service (IaaS) segment.


Today in APIs: Readyforce Launches HackerHub, and 10 New APIs

Eric Carter, March 19th, 2014

Readyforce has announced a single hub for companies to discover, sponsor, and connect with student-run hackathons: HackerHub. W3C has published a working draft of a Clipboard API. Plus, the debate over an open government and APIs continues and 10 new APIs.


30 New APIs: Beats Music, HollyStock Celebrity, and Postcard

Melody Clark, March 16th, 2014

This week, we had 30 new APIs added to our API directory including a social media tool for real estate agents, a mobile advertising platform, and an in-application purchasing platform. We also covered devices, data, and developers at SXSW 2014.


Teradata Extends API Reach of Marketing Cloud

Michael Vizard, March 12th, 2014

Marketers want to take direct control of their IT environment, so it’s only natural that many marketers now look to the cloud to access a large number of applications. Teradata developed its Integrated Marketing Cloud to provide a central console through which those marketers can access and manage those applications.


Today in APIs: ownCloud Launches Enterprise 6, and 5 New APIs

Greg Bates, March 11th, 2014

ownCloud launches enterprise 6, new APIs to keep IT in control of data. Google to launch an SDK for Android wearables in two weeks. Plus: changing the world one API at a time, context.io launches an API, and 5 new APIs.


The Small Business Web Hosts Annual Summit this Week

Eric Carter, February 17th, 2014

On February 20-21, The Small Business Web will host its annual Summit in San Jose, Calif. Registration is open and PW readers can receive a $50 discount by entering “PWEB” as the discount code. To learn more about the event, its history and what’s in store for 2014, PW caught up with The Small Business Web Founder and Olark’s Chief Marketing Olarker, Sunir Shah. Shah provided us a brief history of the event.


SwiftIQ Announces Innovative Data Mining API

Mark Boyd, February 10th, 2014

SwiftIQ has released a first-of-its-kind data mining API aimed at uncovering the deep associations previously hidden in large datasets. The Frequent Pattern Mining (FPM) API has wide potential for use across major sectors, government, and healthcare, with the ability to speed up big data analysis and identify the opportunities that “connect the dots” for suppliers and service providers across any number of industries. SwiftIQ — which offers a range of predictive algorithm APIs that customers use in conjunction with their own datasets — is making the FPM API available on a case-by-case basis at present. Jason Lobel, CEO and Co Founder of SwiftIQ, spoke with ProgrammableWeb to announce the API.


XO Group Hosts Hack Upon A Cause: Provides ProgrammableWeb Feedback

Mark Boyd, February 10th, 2014

Media publishers XO Group hosted Hack Upon a Cause in New York last weekend. ProgrammableWeb spoke with the organizers about how to manage a hackathon aimed at solving real world problems, and checked in with the FullStack Academy winners who learned to code at a bootcamp just four weeks prior to the event.


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