This week we had 58 new APIs added to our API directory including an agile development platform, blogging platform, subscription billing service, search engine results compiler and social marketing platform. In addition we covered an API that enables online retail at any scale. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.
Of the many APIs we published this week, seven were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll launch those seven into the spotlight, which included the Treasure Data API. Treasure Data is an open source and fast approach to set up data on the cloud without an IT professional. The Treasure Data API sets up the cloud data warehouse through Hadoop-based cloud warehousing using Apache Hive. The API supports uploads from Java, Ruby, Python and others while also supporting SSL encryption. To learn more about the Treasure Data API visit the Treasure Data site as well as the Treasure Data API blog post.
A gazzilllion students with their own schedules, grades, and attendance records, is the administrative hairball that every parent sees, but that’s only the tip of any school’s organizational iceberg. Whipplehill helps over 300 k-12 independent schools around the world manage everything from calendars to accessing instructional resources. The SOAP- and REST-based interfaces of the Whipplehill API allow partners to communicate with Whipple’s platform, Podium.
Techcrunch calls for a full Google Plus Read/Write API. 3Scale names the top 10 API Blogposts of 2012. Plus: Newspaper posts gun owner names and addresses, Amazon S3 adds root domain website hosting and 26 new APIs.