Dec 20, 2020
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Today we're going to take a look at some of the most useful APIs for Developer. API stands for Application Programming Interface. A easy way to understand what they do is by reversing the acronym; an API is an Interface, which is used by Programmers, allowing them to interact with an Application.
Build customized, agile experiences that bring the real world to your users with static and dynamic maps, Street View imagery, and 360 views.
Link -> Google Cloud Map Platform
Access CoinGecko data such as live pricing, trading volume, tickers, exchanged, historical data, coin info and images, developer and community stats, events, global markets etc.
Link -> CoinGecko API
Okta connects any person with any application on any device. It's an enterprise-grade, identity management on any service, built for the cloud, but compatible with many on-premise application.
Link -> Okta API
Sync email activity and campaign stats with your database, manage audiences, and view and control automation workflows.
Link -> Mailchimp API
Simple and fast and free weather API. You have access to current weather data, hourly, 5- and 16-day forecasts, weather maps, UV Index, air pollution and historical data.
Link -> Open Weather Map API
manage and reply to comments on your media, identify media where you have been @mentioned by other Instagram users, find hashtagged media, and get basic metadata and metrics about other Instagram Businesses and Creators.
Link -> Instagram API
Yelp provides helpful tools for developers of all sizes and backgrounds. Explore our wide range of market-leading products.
Link -> Yelp API
Securely shorten and manage millions of links at scale for maximum efficiency. Whether you want to generate links for your website, print, or different user accounts, you can do it with Bitly.
Link -> Bitly API
Build apps that allow users to upload and share sound online
Link -> Souncloud API
Allows your app to sync files and data with Dropbox, giving you access to the Drop boxes of over 500 million+ global users.
Link -> Dropbox API
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