Twitter has made it easier to add rich, responsive Tweet displays directly to your website or CMS. There are now 3 options: 1. Factory Functions – Allows you to easily generate timelines for any web app. 2. oEmbed API – Integrate profile, list, like, or collection timelines directly into your […]
Over on GitHub, two Googlers – Reilly Grant and Ken Rockot – have published an unofficial draft describing the WebUSB API for direct access to USB devices from web pages. It’s considered a public working draft of a potential specification as it has no official standing whatsoever and doesn’t represent […]
Sorenson Media has released its Sorenson 360 API that allows developers and business clients to create scalable custom video solutions with minimal coding, and to integrate high quality video into their websites via Sorenson 360 Video Delivery Network. “Users will notice right away that we have built the Sorenson 360 […]
Online movie site Movieclips.com said today it is releasing an API, opening up access for approved developers. “We were inspired to open the API after our team created a custom plug-in for bloggers using the WordPress platform,” says co-founder Richard Raddon, former director of the Los Angeles Film Festival. “The […]
One of the hard things to do in web development is create useful features – and if you come up with a useful feature, securing the code for that feature. Luckily, Google Code provides a lot of APIs that you can use to increase the features on your site.
In the past we talked about using Google’s APIs in order to enhance your site. You may have thought about using Google APIs on your site in the past, but felt that there maybe a limitation to what you could do, or that it wouldn’t provide the features you thought […]
As with the Google APIs, the Yahoo Developer Network APIs has a great deal of functionality. Some of the most popular APIs are the Search APIs, Flickr API, and Maps APIs. They also have an extensive documentation on how to implement the APIs and how to use them. Before you […]
Mobile answers service ChaCha said today it has launched three Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) for developers, providing free access to the company’s database of questions and answers. ChaCha currently offers developers three APIs: Quick ChaCha Answer (query the API with a specific question, get an answer instantly); Top ChaCha Answers […]