Riskpulse Announces Sense API, Aids Data Monetization

Mark Boyd, February 27th, 2014

Big data analytics company Riskpulse has exclusively informed ProgrammableWeb about the launch of the Sense API, aimed at helping start-ups, innovators, data analysts, and new tech product makers to monetize the data they might be collecting. Matthew Wensing, CEO and cofounder, tells us how third-party developers can partner with Riskpulse, using the Sense API to commercialize risk assessment-related data.


Cloudant Simplifies Moving Mobile Data into the Cloud

Michael Vizard, February 19th, 2014

One of the cumbersome chores associated with using a database-as-a-service (DBaaS) platform is moving data in and out, especially for mobile computing applications that need to do this frequently.


HP Starts to Craft API Strategy Around Autonomy

Michael Vizard, February 6th, 2014

Although the acquisition of Autonomy by Hewlett-Packard may go down as one of the most questionable financial transactions in the history of IT, the core search and indexing technology that Autonomy developed is emerging as the lynchpin of a new set of API services that HP intends to expose to application developers.


Today in APIs: Captain Pass’s Passbook API, and 9 New APIs

Greg Bates, January 27th, 2014

Captain PassCaptain Pass, creator of coupons, membership cards and more launches an API. Matrox Mura launches API for digital signage. Plus: Minimalytcis does mashup on metrics, and 9 new APIs.


With $18M Funding, SMS Cloud Carrier Nexmo Revving Up to Add Voice

Amy Castor, January 22nd, 2014

Nexmo Wholesale SMSSince Nexmo founded its API-based business in 2010, it has done amazingly well. Now the SMS cloud carrier just received $18 million in fresh funding (on top of the $3 million it got a year ago), which CEO Tony Jamous says the company will use to grow sales and marketing and expand offerings to include what many have been waiting for: voice.


59 New APIs: AT&T, Evercam, and Esri

Melody Clark, January 19th, 2014

This week, we had 59 new APIs added to our API directory including a flu outbreak tracking application, an online business launching tool, and an online management system for churches. We also explored the top tools that help developers mock web services instead of starting from scratch.


Take a Walk On the Client Side

Michael Hurley, January 14th, 2014

Do you have potentially complex objects you need ready access to on the client? The Indexed Database API—while still evolving—may be just the tool you need.


Today in APIs: Youphoric Launches SMS API, and 12 New APIs

Greg Bates, January 13th, 2014

Youphoric SMSYouphoric API sends and receives SMS in apps. API workshop in Seoul South Korea, April 7-11. Plus: four ways to service-orient APIs, and 12 new APIs.


Today in APIs: Apigee Buys InsightsOne API Analytics Company, and 8 New APIs

Greg Bates, January 8th, 2014

Apigee OAuthApigee acquires InsightsOne for deeper analytics. Cloud elements connects documents via one API. Plus: Genuitec customizes APIs for apps across web, mobile, cloud and desktop, PubNub and Ford’s vehicle dispatch app, and 8 new APIs.


API Aggregation: Why It Matters and Eight Different Models

Mark Boyd, December 13th, 2013

Creating API mashups has matured alongside the explosive growth of open APIs to create a new type of service: the API aggregation business. These innovative businesses combine APIs from multiple providers to build new products and services. Recent conference panels (including several hosted by ProgrammableWeb), have confirmed that API aggregation is set to be a major theme of 2014. This article explores some of the emerging business models and service providers focused on API aggregation and discusses what to expect as we see API aggregation increase in the year ahead.


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