Today in APIs: PrintToPeer API Covers All 3D Printers, and 3 New APIs

Greg Bates, April 10th, 2014

PrintToPeer API makes 500 3D printers compatible. Apperian API opens for mobile app development. Plus: Clearent’s API makes payments play nice with software, Mozilla launches social API directory, and 3 new APIs.


Google Offers Early Look At Project Ara MDK

Eric Zeman, April 10th, 2014

Google this week unveiled a first release of the Project Ara Module Developers Kit; Google is calling it an MDK rather than SDK. The kit is truly in an alpha state at version 0.10. Despite its far-from-finished status, Google wanted to offer developers a peek at what they’ll be able to do with Project Ara.


Apigee Unveils Latest Version of Apigee Insights Analytics Platform

Michael Vizard, April 10th, 2014

After acquiring InsightsOne earlier this year, Apigee is now ready to show the first fruits of that labor. Apigee today launched an upgrade to the Apigee Insights Big Data analytics platform, that is tightly integrated with the Apigee Edge API management platform.


Facebook’s Hack Language Speeds Up Development Cycle

Janet Wagner, April 10th, 2014

HackFacebook has released an open source version of Hack, a programming language developed by Facebook that targets HipHop Virtual Machine (HHVM) and is designed to interoperate seamlessly with PHP. Hack was built to maintain the fast PHP development cycle while allowing for addition of features available in other modern programming languages.


Today in APIs: Bellefield Launches iTimeKeep API, and 9 New APIs

Greg Bates, April 9th, 2014

Bellefield’s iTimeKeep API helps lawyers keep billing accurate. Prodea Jumps forward in the race for the Internet of Things. Plus: Survey Analytics API enhancements are on their way, Department of Energy continues hackathons, and 9 new APIs.


OpenData 500 Launch Demonstrates Open Data API Value

Mark Boyd, April 9th, 2014

Open data advocates are often challenged to demonstrate the benefits and share the use cases of opening data before being able to encourage the next level of enabling access to open data via API. Now, two new U.S. resources are available that provide a more granular insight into how businesses are using open data to create products and power the next wave of industry innovation.


SmartBear Launches SoapUI 5.0

Eric Carter, April 9th, 2014

Today, SmartBear announced the general availability of SoapUI 5.0. SoapUI was specifically designed to tame the growing number of undocumented REST APIs on the market today. In preparation for the launch, ProgrammableWeb caught up with Matti Hjelm, SmartBear’s SoapUI Product Owner, to learn more.


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.


Seven Key Messages From Nordic APIs that Got Developers Talking

Mark Boyd, April 8th, 2014

Last week, the Nordic APIs team took on 4 events in 4 Northern European cities in 4 days. There was something for everyone in an agenda that covered API neo-security frameworks, the latest trends in B2B integrations, how government agencies are opening up their data, and API usability best practices.


SOA Software Releases Lifecycle API To Keep Pace with Enterprise API Maturity

Mark Boyd, April 8th, 2014

The API maturity cycle within the enterprise is evolving at two or three times the speed of previous software oriented architecture (SOA) cycles, creating an urgent need for tools that ensure new business integrations built with APIs are managed with respect to governance and industry regulatory requirements. To keep up with this pace, SOA Software has today released the Lifecycle API. This new API is part of the company’s Lifecycle Manager product that supports enterprises with flexible approaches to governing IT and business activities and processes.


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