SecureVideo.com Launches API for HIPAA-Compliant Videoconferencing

Patricio Robles, March 14th, 2014

With the potential to reduce the cost of healthcare and improve access to services, telemedicine — in which healthcare providers such as doctors interact with patients through electronic means — is an increasingly important part of the healthcare industry. By some estimates, telemedicine will be a multibillion-dollar market by the end of the decade.


Nexmo, Three Team Up to Push Cloud Comms Across UK

Eric Zeman, March 13th, 2014

Nexmo and Three have partnered to make Nexmo’s cloud-to-mobile services available across Three’s mobile network in the United Kingdom. The deal gives Nexmo access to more devices and lets Three tout compatibility with more mobile apps.


Most Popular APIs: At Least One Will Surprise You

Adam DuVander, January 23rd, 2014

There are a number of ways to discuss API popularity. One of the common methods ProgrammableWeb has used is by mashups, the number of completed apps. However, there may be a leading indicator before developers have even started writing code. The “track” functionality on ProgrammableWeb lets developers declare an interest in receiving updates on particular APIs. By diving into this data we can see many things. For example, recently developers have loved travel. Overall, social and visual APIs rule


PubNub Announces Bitcoin Exchange Solution Kit

Amy Castor, December 11th, 2013

In the early days of Twitter, occasionally when you tried to log in you got a “fail whale” – a picture of a whale held up by a flock of birds — as a way of telling you the system was overcapacity, and you should simply try again later. We tolerated it then because, after all, it was only social media. But there are certain types of services, for example, financial exchanges, where you never want a fail whale. So if you have thoughts of building a Bitcoin exchange, where people can buy and trade the popular virtual currency in real-time, you want an infrastructure that can handle high volume trading spikes without going down.


PubNub Connects the WebRTC Dots With a Template

Amy Castor, November 21st, 2013

PubNubWebRTC makes it possible for anyone to create video and voice on the browser. But as cool as the new Web protocol is, it’s not always easy to work with. Building a full fledge video app requires complex and esoteric coding. You need other elements as well. For example, signaling to make the phone ring and authentication.


Today in APIs: Skype Desktop API Plans Shifting, Matrox Maevex PowerStream API, and 9 New APIs

Greg Bates, November 7th, 2013

SkypeSkype is still axing Chat on its Desktop API, keeps recording and device capability–for now. The Matrox Maevex PowerStream API is available to manage Maevex H.264 encoders and decoders. Plus: LinkedIn adds restrictions on APIs, Pebble SDK hits 2.0 with new APIs, iOS 7 support, and 9 new APIs.


Today in APIs: Skype API Shutdown Provokes Petition, Firefox Web Audio, and 10 New APIs

Greg Bates, October 29th, 2013

SkypeMicrosoft plans to terminate the Skype API, provoking developers to launch a petition. Goo Technologies demonstrates Firefox web audio. Plus: TM Forum launches proven API ecosystem, Google updates CardDAV API, and 10 new APIs.


How to Choose the Right Business Model to Win in the API Economy

Wendell Santos, October 26th, 2013

The afternoon sessions at the API Strategy and Practice conference included one focused on business models in an API centric world. The session featured talks on the Evolution of API Business Models, Market Driven API Business Models and Lessons learned from $0 to $1M API Revenue. One talk that caught my ear was by 3scale CMO Guillaume Balas discussing how to select the right business model.


Real-Time App Development Platform PubNub Snags $11M to Expand Sales and Marketing

Amy Castor, September 24th, 2013

PubNub wants to knock down the barriers to real-time app development. To further its goal, the company, which offers a real-time app development platform through an API, closed $11 million in series B funding last week.


Connect Devices Together With the New Illiri API

Janet Wagner, August 8th, 2013

IlliriIlliri, a leading audio-based connection technology company, announced the release of the brand new Illiri API (SAPI) that makes it possible for two or more devices to be connected together via the transmission of a short modulated sound containing a unique session id.


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