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: 3Scale Launches APItools, and 5 New APIs

Greg Bates, April 3rd, 2014

3Scale Account Management3Scale launches free APItools for enhancing APIs. Amazon Web Services and Twitter called out by Greenpeace for using dirty energy. Plus: Google releases its Prediction API to public, TTM’s RESTjee software expedites APIs in remote data access, and 5 new APIs.


TTM Launches RESTjee API Software

Eric Carter, April 3rd, 2014

Total Transaction Management (TTM), a provider of transaction-oriented middleware, has launched RESTjee API software. RESTjee is designed to streamline creation and implementation of REST APIs for access to virtually any data store. Its ease of use stems from the elimination of server-side code.


Mendix Unfurls RAD Development Environment in the Cloud

Michael Vizard, April 3rd, 2014

Moving to make their rapid application development platform as widely accessible as possible, Mendix today launched Mendix AppCloud. Announced at the Mendix World 2014 conference, AppCloud is an implementation of the company’s platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environment that is used for rapidly developing applications on a cloud platform managed by Mendix. In addition, Mendix also announced that it is making available a free community edition of its PaaS environment that small teams of up to 10 developers can use to build applications.


Today in APIs: Plaid API Aims to Make Payment Data Comprehensible, and 9 New APIs

Greg Bates, April 2nd, 2014

PlaidThe big idea behind the Plaid API. The Disrupt NY 14 hackathon tickets are gone within hours, more coming. Plus: APIs Fuel Growth in Service Delivery Platform Spending, Triptelligent launches API for cruise-to-shore visits, and 9 new APIs.


RxREVU Taps API to Optimize Prescriptions

Patricio Robles, April 2nd, 2014

Every year, Americans spend more than $3 trillion on healthcare, a figure that is projected to rise to $5 trillion in the next decade. With healthcare spending approaching 20% of the U.S. GDP, a huge effort is underway to control costs. Not surprisingly, many believe that technology has a key role to play in increasing efficiency and reducing unnecessary expenditures, and significant investments in technology are creating opportunities for healthcare technology businesses.


TouchTunes Opens Jukebox API

Eric Carter, April 1st, 2014

TouchTunes, the world’s largest jukebox network, has opened up its APIs for the first time. The TouchTunes platform pulls data from over 60,000 locations. The platform enables the various locations to enjoy social interactions through shared experiences. Since the platform’s original release in 2011, TouchTunes has always envisioned developers would be able to build on top of its platform. Now, TouchTunes is making that vision a reality.


Today in APIs: CoinPlanter Wins CoinBase API Contest, and 9 New APIs

Greg Bates, March 31st, 2014

CoinbaseCoinPlanter wins Coinbase API contest. Why launch an API-focused startup. Plus: Amazon, Microsoft & the birth of cloud startups, Backupify expands coverage across the enterprise, and 9 new APIs.


Node.js Gets Ready for the Enterprise

Michael Vizard, March 31st, 2014

Node.js started life as an implementation of JavaScript found in the Google Chrome browser that is optimized for event-driven, non-blocking I/O applications. Originally, Node.js found favor in organizations that needed to build real-time applications to manage distributed devices such as routers and switches. But as Node.js has evolved, it has also been widely adopted to build both mobile computing applications and applications for the Internet of Things (IoT). The reason: Node.js makes it possible to use JavaScript in a server-side way that allows applications to scale.


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