Today in APIs: Skycore Launches Mobile Marketing API, and 24 New APIs

Greg Bates, January 15th, 2014

SkycoreSkycore launches mobile marketing API with SMS and MMS capabilities. MobileDevHQ, now free, launches API. Plus: 24 new APIs.


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.


BigML 2014 Winter Release Boosts Predictive Modeling

Janet Wagner, January 10th, 2014

BigMLBigML, a cloud based machine learning platform that allows users to quickly build predictive models using small or big data, has announced the availability of the BigML Winter Release. The release features faster predictive models with MTree, a new development mode that allows users to run unlimited tasks up to 16MB for free, and new prediction strategies. The BigML Winter Release also includes new BigML API features, including dataset transformations, multi datasets, weighted models and an extra language called Flatline that allows for a new paradigm which BigML calls Programmatic Machine Learning.


PW Year in Review: Hottest Topics of 2013

Eric Carter, December 27th, 2013

ProgrammableWebProgrammableWeb enjoyed another tremendous year in 2013. The year in APIs was filled with landmarks, innovation and massive expansion of the API economy. ProgrammbleWeb readers kept us busy, and four particular areas of interest prompted the most attention.


Revolution Analytics Extends R Programming Integration

Michael Vizard, December 19th, 2013

More analytics applications than ever are being developed using the open source R programming language. This means integrating these applications with all the other applications that need to consume that information has become something of a challenge. With the release of version 7.0 of its commercial implementation of an R programming environment, Revolution Analytics is trying to simplify that process.


Quandl Announces New Tool for Dataset Uploading

Janet Wagner, December 17th, 2013

QuandlQuandl, a company that launched a search engine for numerical data in January 2013, plans on introducing a brand new uploading tool in early 2014 which will make it possible for users to upload their own datasets to the Quandl platform. In February of this year, the Toronto-based company launched the Quandl API which provides programmatic access to every single dataset available on Quandl.


Twilio SMS API Brings Light to Festivus and the SF Food Bank

DerryBirkett, December 17th, 2013

Twilio SMSHow much would you like to send $10,000 (that’s 10 big ones) to the San Francisco Food Bank for Festivus? I’m guessing you would love to, but how? Let’s talk about Twilio.


New Integrations and Interface Coming Soon to Ducksboard

Janet Wagner, December 12th, 2013

DucksboardDucksboard, a real-time data monitoring and visualization platform, will be adding new services to the widgets directory and extending existing services in a matter of weeks. The new integrations will include LinkedIn, Flurry, Realtime Google Analytics and Trello. The company is also working on a brand new interface and are planning a closed beta the first quarter of 2014. The Ducksboard platform features the Ducksboard API which allows developers to send their own data, retrieve data stored, and manipulate all objects found in Ducksboard.


Serena Software Adds Deployment Hub to Release Manager

Michael Vizard, December 5th, 2013

The whole point of embracing an agile software development methodology is to increase the speed at which applications are moved into production. The challenge is that increasing the number of applications and updates can easily overwhelm an IT operations team, which inevitably leads to a catastrophic failure that winds up taking an application offline.


Splunk Dashboards Tap Into Regulations.gov API

Michael Vizard, November 21st, 2013

Splunk If there is one thing governments do exceedingly well, it’s collect data. What they don’t do as well is make that data available in a way that is particularly useful. Looking to change that dynamic, Splunk has begun working with the White House on a Regulations.gov initiative to make it easier to mine the trove of government data.


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