Who needs a tracking service when you can just hop on the USPS, FedEx, UPS, or DHL website (or whoever your carrier is) and just track? Maybe you. The Trackthis API integrates an amazing array of functions into your application. The API webpage lists over 10 carriers you can get notifications for.
Culture24’s SOAP API allows developers to import or query Culture24’s events, resources, and venue information such as opening hours and address, among other types of data from their Direct Data Entry Database. The API has a single method, SearchRetrieve, by passing a SearchRetrieveRequest that returns a SearchRetrieveResponse in XML.
Behance provides an inspired environment for talent to meet opportunity. It’s an online creative network where creative professionals showcase their work and companies discover and access that talent internationally. The idea was to build a platform that would give disorganized creatives the ability to bring their ideas to life and gain the exposure they deserve; giving them the time to focus on the creative process and not the maintenance or promotion of it. The Behance platform is accessible through the Behance API.
Trailforks runs “a user-powered mountain bike trail database currently focused on BC, Canada,” to report on trail conditions and what is required to upgrade them.Notes for the Trailforks API are like the bike trails it reports on: rough. But the site’s creator, Trevor May, promises more documentation soon.
Founded in 2010 and based in White Plains, NY, Ongage has a simple idea for email marketers: we deliver. It uses different ESPs to deliver mail according to which ones are most likely to succeed in reaching a given email address. Ongage calls this concept “micro-deliverability.”
According to a BBC news story, SpeakLike “crowd sources work to its pool of 3,000 translators, They can translate your blog into 35 languages and, incredibly, can even do tweets and live chats.” Plus, they have the SpeakLike API.