Cloudinary Announces Multiple Add-On Partnerships

Eric Carter, March 5th, 2014

CloudinaryProgrammableWeb initially covered Cloudinary in 2012 as it was a burgeoning startup in the quickly growing cloud community. Today, Cloudinary announced a host of new image related add-ons that should help Cloudinary expand its offering and user base. Prior to the announcement, we caught up with Cloudinary CEO, Itai Lahan, to learn more.

Can Developers use APIs and Data Tools like to Create Commercial Products?

Mark Boyd, December 19th, 2013

Startups that want to design innovative products and services using data that’s accessible via the web now have better data mining tools, thanks in part to startups like the award-winning Meanwhile, the recent settlement between U.S. startup People+ and AOL around accessing the entire Crunchbase database via API for a Google Glass app means there could be greater clarity for startups around data usage rights when creating commercial ventures. ProgrammableWeb spoke with co-founder and chief data officer Andrew Fogg and Electronic Frontier Foundation staff attorney Mitch Stoltz to discuss commercial trends in data scraping and developer rights in using data via APIs for business product design.

64 Bookmarks APIs: Blogmarks, Digg and Scribble

Matthew Scott, November 6th, 2013

del.icio.usOur API directory now includes 64 bookmarks APIs. The newest is the Thinkery API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the API. We list 161 mashups .

66 New APIs: Amazon CloudFront CDN, Chase and HelloSign

Wendell Santos, November 11th, 2012
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This week we had 66 new APIs added to our API directory including a content delivery service, electronic signature service, online payment service, community idea generation platform and online content aggregation and sharing service. In addition we covered’s Petition API and an API for recovering lost data. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.

69 New APIs: Google, Rackspace and PassHound

Wendell Santos, November 4th, 2012

This week we had 69 new APIs added to our API directory including a pass and ticket creation service for PassBook, eCommerce diagnosis and analytics service, advertising campaign management service, quality control service for crowd-sourcing websites, server storage extension service. We also covered an API that streamlines event planning. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.

Today in APIs: Apigee Launches Mobile Analytics, Mashery Teams With Intel for Enterprise API Management and 17 New APIs

Wendell Santos, November 1st, 2012

MasheryApigee announces a first-of-its-kind mobile analytics tool. Mashery and Intel (both ProgrammableWeb sponsors) announce a reseller agreement that brings API management to the Enterprise. Plus: How Pinterest gets friendships wrong, Google Maps weekly spotlight and 17 new APIs.

Today in APIs: Google Plus Platform, Group SMS and 28 New APIs

Adam DuVander, April 11th, 2012

Google PlusThe Google Plus redesign shows signs of an app platform to come, says GigaOm. But that platform should not include a write API, says one developer. Plus: Group SMS goes RESTful, Amazon AWS docs on the Kindle and 28 new APIs.

12 Social Bookmarking APIs

John Musser, September 28th, 2007
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Earlier this week Alex Iskold over at Read/WriteWeb took a good look at social bookmarking services but one of the things not covered in that piece, but of interest here, is just how many of the competitors in that space offer an API. How many? As of now we have 12 bookmarking APIs in our [...]


John Musser, October 31st, 2005

Shadows, the new twist on social bookmarking, offers an API to their service. What’s Shadows? From their site:
Shadows is a social bookmarking service for discovering, sharing and managing information on the web. Shadows supercharges this information with a “Shadow Page” — a community blog for any web page that includes views, ratings, tags, and comments [...]

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