Jawbone, the company that lets you track daily activities through a small UP wristband, announced Thursday it is opening up its UP developer platform to the world. Developers everywhere can now interact with Jawbone data in their own products and services.
Jawbone opens up platform play with UP platform that integrates with health applications. Followgen creator cries foul before Twitter does. Plus: RentPaidOnline launches its Partner API and 4 new APIs.
This week we had 81 new APIs added to our API directory including a Google Apps reseller account management service, iPad point-of-sale service, photo manipulation service, customer feedback service and a customer loyalty program service. We also covered three APIs for beating CAPTCHAs and reviewed the DynaMed clinical reference API. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.
GraphEffect launches Shift.com, a new business collaboration platform. Twilio announced Flask-RESTful, a lightweight Flask extension for building APIs. Plus: Bing Ads V8 sandbox is released, Yodlee Interactive announced that they have doubled their annual growth for their API business and 9 new APIs.
Some developers don’t just love code that runs–they also like to get out and run, themselves. And, because they’re developers, they love to collect statistics and track their progress over time. If you’re one of those people, good news: online service MyFitnessPal has provided the MyFitnessPal API to help its users bring together all their data from various devices and apps in a single place.
MyFitnessPal goes down the API route to integrate devices and applications. Facebook World HACK 2012 sees 300+ apps built. Google Play Developer Console new version is now publicly available to all but still lacks an API. Plus: SAP’s in-memory Database HANA One is now available for production use on AWS, Apigee / Layer 7 Simplify API Development and 13 New APIs