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Daily API RoundUp: Splunk, Quarters, LambdaTest, Keepa, i18n

23 August, by joyc[ —]

Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.


Atlassian Adds Asset Management API to Jira Service Desk

23 August, by KevinSundstrom[ —]

Atlassian has announced a new Asset Management API that will allow IT teams to more easily store and view asset information in Jira Service Desk. This new API, which will also be available to Jira Core users, should help to cut down on the back and forth between IT agents and end-users when working to resolve device issues.

In the announcement of the new API, Atlassian highlighted the value of the Asset Management API by illustrating the problem:


GitHub Now Supports WebAuthn

22 August, by ecarter[ —]

GitHub now supports Web Authentication (WebAuthn). WebAuthn, a WC3 API for accessing public key credentials, is seen by many as the new standard for secure authentication across the web. GitHub has adopted the standard and sees it as an opportunity to include two-factor authentication on GitHub from more browsers and devices than ever before.


How Will the Off-Facebook Activity Feature Impact Developers?

21 August, by ecarter[ —]

Yesterday, In an effort to promote "more transparency and [user] control," Facebook introduced its Off-Facebook Activity feature. The feature allows users to view a summary of third party apps and websites that share information with Facebook and allows users to clear such information if they don't want it shared. The user-controlled feature will affect apps and websites that use various Facebook developer tools, SDKs, and APIs.


How to Create Better APIs with Automation

20 August, by Abhinav-Asthana[ —]

You might think APIs and automation are almost synonymous. It’s true that when using an API, you’re building software to automate something.  However, while engineers build APIs to enable automation, they don’t always get the same benefits themselves during API development. Building APIs is often a manual process prone to costly errors. Though APIs are no longer new (ProgrammableWeb is going on 15 years!), the toolset inside the enterprises that build APIs is still rapidly evolving. 


TomTom Introduces New APIs for Electronic Vehicles

20 August, by ecarter[ —]

TomTom has introduced two new APIs specifically in response to the growth in the electronic vehicle market. The TomTom Long Distance EV Routing API enables users to determine a route from one location to another that includes more than one vehicle charge. The EV Charging Stations Availability API provides users with information about charging stations.


Stoplight Announces API Visual Editor

20 August, by KevinSundstrom[ —]

Stoplight, a provider of API design management solutions, has announced the release of Stoplight Studio, a new visual API editor that aims to simplify OpenAPI development. The new interface includes tools designed to enable real-time API testing and to streamline collaboration.

The company claims that the new editor will provide users with a no-code solution that could enable less experienced customers to get started designing and deploying APIs quickly. 


Amazon Adds API-based Kernel Panic and Blue Screen to AWS EC2

19 August, by ecarter[ —]

Amazon has introduced SendDiagnosticInterrupt for AWS EC2. The feature is an API-driven diagnostic interrupt that triggers a kernel panic for Linux instances or a blue screen/stop error for Windows instances. The interrupt is received as a non-maskable interrupt by Intel and AMD processors.


Top 10 Dictionary APIs

18 August, by joyc[ —]

There are many reasons developers may want to add dictionary functions to software applications. Word technology can help increase vocabulary, improve reading, writing and speaking skills, supply translation services, process language for sentiment or other analysis, and aid accessibility for the hearing impaired.


Daily API RoundUp: Avochato, Happi.Dev, MyDocSafe, Crowdsignal, JuiceDB

17 August, by joyc[ —]

Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.


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