443 Enterprise APIs: LinkedIn, Salesforce and FedEx

Wendell Santos, September 19th, 2012

LinkedInOur API directory now includes 443 enterprise APIs. The newest is the Swift-Kanban API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the LinkedIn API. We list 48 LinkedIn mashups. Below you’ll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of enterprise APIs.

144 Office APIs: Salesforce, Google Spreadsheets and Google Documents

Wendell Santos, August 28th, 2012

Our API directory now includes 144 office APIs. The newest is the Practice Fusion API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Salesforce.com API. We list 45 Salesforce.com mashups. Below you’ll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of office APIs.

In terms of the technical details, REST and XML [...]

63 CRM APIs: Salesforce, BatchBook and Campaign Monitor

Wendell Santos, April 18th, 2012

Salesforce.comOur API directory now includes 63 CRM APIs. The newest is the PingGiant API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Salesforce API. We list 44 Salesforce mashups. Below you’ll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of CRM APIs.

85 New APIs: InfoChimps, Uberblic, Social Bookmarking

Wendell Santos, September 4th, 2011
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This week we had 85 new APIs added to our API directory including a data integration service, a social bookmarking tool, video chat service, crowd-sourcing employment platform, medicinal marijuana information service, and a photo sharing service. We also reviewed the suite of Salesforce.com APIs, covered a public bathroom location service and InfoChimps’ latest bundle of Geo APIs. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.

A Fresh Look at Salesforce.com APIs

Kin Lane, September 1st, 2011

Salesforce.comSalesforce.com is holding its flagship event Dreamforce at Moscone Center in San Franscisco this week, and before we spend time covering some of its new initiatives in what the company calls the Social Enterprise, I thought it would be a good time to review the APIs that developers can use as part of the DeveloperForce program.

Get It In Gears

John Musser, January 28th, 2008

Tony Ruscoe of Google Blogoscoped reports that Google Gears alert messages indicates that support for Gears offline access to Google Docs is forthcoming.

Salesforce.com: 24 Billion API Calls So Far

John Musser, January 17th, 2008

24 billion, that’s how many API calls have been served by Salesforce.com so far. This statistic along with others like 130 million transactions daily, 61,200 custom applications, and 750 AppExchange apps, were all highlight on stage today by CEO Marc Benioff who’s kicking-off “Tour de Fource”, the next phase of their Force.com services (for more [...]

Salesforce.com’s Platform as a Service

John Musser, September 17th, 2007

One of the traditional issues with software-as-a-service products is limited ability to customize. That’s one of the issues Salesforce.com is looking to tackle at this week’s Dreamforce Conference when their new Force.com, or “platform as a service”, is combined with Visualforce, a set of tools for “user interface as a service”. As you can see [...]

Salesforce.com, SOA, and Web APIs

John Musser, May 21st, 2007

At today’s Salesforce Developer Conference in Santa Clara, CEO Marc Benioff is announcing Salesforce SOA, a notable move on their part to deliver SOA, Service Oriented Architecture, as an external service on top of their Apex platform. Thus SOA meets SaaS (for more on SOA and SaaS trends see this timely piece by Dion Hinchcliffe). [...]

Adobe Flex Meets Salesforce.com

John Musser, April 18th, 2007

Salesforce.com and Adobe announced this week the Flex Toolkit for Apex which allows Flex-driven Flash applications to be integrated into Salesforce apps as first class citizens. This opens the door to a new class of rich Internet applications now delivered through an on-demand enterprise platform.
Third-party Flex applications are packaged-up and served from the Salesforce [...]

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