AirPair Announces New API Provider Partners in Expert Network

Mark Boyd, April 23rd, 2014

Software developer resource service, AirPair, today announced that 17 new API providers have been added to their trusted partners network. AirPair provides line-by-line code support from leading API developers, using the ‘pair programming’ mentoring technique.


Today in APIs: DPLA Expands Offerings, and 12 New APIs

Greg Bates, April 21st, 2014

Digital Public Library of AmericaDigital Public Library of America adds millions of items that can be accessed through its API. Appy Pie releases API for Kindle Fire. Plus: How Apple dodged the Heartbleed virus with the help of an API, GoogolPlex hack for using voice control, and 12 new APIs.


TwoTap Streamlines E-Commerce For Mobile App and Website Developers

Guest Author, April 21st, 2014

Two TapI’m an online shopper who loves efficiency and hates filling out forms, so TwoTap’s solution that automates the checkout process across top e-commerce websites immediately grabbed my attention. Not only does TwoTap help automate checkout, but the TwoTap API gives developers a new way to handle referral-based e-commerce. With just a few calls to the API, developers can complete a purchase on a customer’s behalf.


Enigma Opens Door to Public API and Platform Access

Mark Boyd, April 17th, 2014

Open data startup Enigma has released its platform to the public and now provides the open Enigma API so that developers can begin drawing on open data sources and feeding them into their applications. Co-founder Marc DaCosta spoke with ProgrammableWeb about the importance of encouraging developer involvement, and why Enigma can succeed when other open data platforms have had difficulties building a sustainable model.


Survey Finds Developer Influence Reaches Far Beyond IT

Michael Vizard, April 14th, 2014

Developers have always exercised more influence over all things IT than generally acknowledged. But now it looks like the reach of that influence is starting to extend well into business and society itself. A new survey of 1,000 software developers in the U.S. published today by Chef, providers of an open source framework for automating the management of IT, finds that 94 percent of the developers surveyed expect to be a revolutionary influence in major segments of the economy during the next five years. Additionally, 63 percent feel a talented software developer has more power to change society than a talented public speaker.


Today in APIs: Google Night Walk Uses Places API to Tour Marseille, and 6 New APIs

Greg Bates, April 8th, 2014

Google PlacesAn inventive, inspiring use of the Google Places API. APIs at the heart of secure cloud apps. Plus: Apache “Olingo” becomes top level project, a database of 1 million syllabi allows you to study up, and 6 new APIs.


44 New APIs: Mozilla, Football, and Xignite

Melody Clark, April 7th, 2014

This week, we had 44 new APIs added to our API directory including a user login solution for applications, a food truck directory for Chicago, and a Google+ analytics platform. We also shared coverage of a series of API conferences in Northern Europe, Nordic APIs.


Today in APIs: OneNote API Team to Demonstrate at Build 2014, and 9 New APIs

Eric Carter, March 28th, 2014

OneNoteMicrosoft’s OneNote API team will show off the ease of use of the OneNote and OneDrive APIs at the upcoming Build 2014 conference. Plus, Tuenti to use Tweakker API platform and 9 new APIs.


API Providers Urged to Agree on an Open API Definition

Mark Boyd, March 27th, 2014

In a keynote at this morning’s program of the API Strategy and Practice conference in Amsterdam, Webshell founder Mehdi Medjaoui urged API providers to “take a leap of faith” and agree on an open API definition that can be shared across the industry.


MachineShop Leverages RESTful APIs to Help Normalize the IoT

Michael Vizard, March 21st, 2014

MachineShop plans to deliver a service that normalizes all the data being collected across the Internet of Things (IoT). The MachineShop service, formally launched today with $3 million in funding, normalizes data formats across a wide range of APIs. It connects devices in a way that provides access to a common set of business logic, event management and communications services that MachineShop manages.


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