Vidyo’s VidyoConferencing 3.0 is a major release including a new desktop conferencing system, a sharing and collaboration system, and two new room system form factors. One of the most interesting features is Vidyoweb that works in browsers to include users of IM clients such as Skype and Google and streamlined experience for guest users on the system.
Our API directory now includes 70 jobs APIs. The newest is the O*NET API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the indeed API. We list 34 indeed mashups. Below you’ll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of jobs APIs.
Our API directory now includes 225 utility APIs. The newest is the Longdo Dict API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Google Translate API. We list 41 Google Translate mashups. Below you’ll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of utility APIs.
This week we had 66 new APIs added to our API directory including a multimedia content analysis tools, mobile device management service, Amazon mobile app creation tools, enterprise web conferencing platform, image collection and sharing service. Additionally we covered quick and easy messaging with Flocknote’s API. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.
Today brings the release of the long anticipated Google Maps app and SDK for iOS. Data Visualization provider Tableau previews their Google Analytics connector. Plus: TinEye’s color search API adds to its image recognition platform and 12 new APIs.
Systran’s API automates projects that can use machine translation. Based on traditional TCP/IP architecture, the API and its software rely on statistical techniques to learn from existing and validated translations. According to Systran’s API webpage, the API is used wordwide for everything from website translation to interactive chat, from email solutioms to database translation and desktop uses.
Get access to more than 3000 public video conferencing facilities via WhyGo API, Socialcam gives API access to public videos. Plus: Speed up your API Integration, Open Source Civic Wiki Adds API to Project and 22 New APIs.
Breezy enhanced its robust API offering by unveiling the Breezy Button. The Breezy Button aims to allow any developer to add print and fax support to his or her app with minimal overhead. The Breezy Button leverages Breezy’s mobile infrastructure and Breezy API. The Breezy Button eliminates the need to exit an app in order to print.
Most of the projects I work on as a contract developer involve some kind of 3rd party API integration. Because of that, I tend to think there should be an API for whatever external thing that needs to be done. A good amount of the time there is – if you need to send email, push real-time updates, offload data storage, deliver faxes, even hire someone like me, there really is an API for that. However, occasionally I run across some case where there is no API, even though it certainly seems like there should be. Maybe I’m just not throwing the right terms at google, maybe there aren’t really that many use cases, but every once in a while I think, “Shouldn’t there be an API that does [that]?”