API Spotlight: In2era, MagPlus, and the Nike API

Matthew Scott, January 28th, 2013

in2EraOf the many APIs we published last week, eleven were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those eleven, which included the in2era API. in2era is a web service for selling ebooks through online distributor. The in2era API allows developers to manage subscriptions to educational content, logo branding functionality, and the ability to handle transactions in the desired language and currency of choice.  Online distributors take a small fee. To learn more about the in2era API visit the in2era site as well as the in2era API blog post.


64 New APIs: Bitly, Goodzer, Clipped

Adam DuVander, January 27th, 2013

This week we had 64 new APIs added to our API directory including a voice messaging service, document and url summarization service, flight routing data service, casino game distribution platform, meme faces download service, random number generator and car information and pricing service. Below is more details on each of these new APIs.


Zootle Offers CRM via API

Eric Carter, January 22nd, 2013

ZootleZootle, UK based hosted CRM provider, offers most of its features through the SalesSystemCRM API. From prospecting to order processing, the API allows developers to integrate an entire ecommerce solution with its existing website and apps. The SalesSystemCRM app suite already focused and tailored to budgets in the SME space. However, an API makes the CRM provider even more attractive to businesses strapped for IT resources.


Today in APIs: Nike Launches the Nike+ Developer Portal, Corporate Hackathons and Exploitation, and 11 New APIs

Greg Bates, January 21st, 2013

Nike PlusNike launches the Nike+ Developer Portal. The thin line between corporate hackathons and exploitation. Plus: Twitter libraries that support the latest version, Facebook cuts off access to Voxer over competition concerns, and 11 new APIs.


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