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The We the People API currently provides read-only access to data within We the People, the White House petitions system. This API provides access to data on all petitions that passed the 150 signature threshold required to become publicly-available on the site. We've also published a gallery of projects leveraging the We the People API, including links to live examples and GitHub repositories.
The Axesso Amazon Data Service API returns detailed Amazon product information including product title, manufacturer, reviews, size selection, and retail price. Additionally, the API supports product recommendations as provided by Amazon and invoke keyword searches to find up to 20 products relating to the searchterm. This service is comparable to the Amazon Product Advertising API, but presented in a more condensed manner. The usage requires a API Key in production mode. Find further information in our documentation http://api-doc.axesso.de/ or use our SDK https://github.com/Axesso/axesso-java-client. Please contact us to get full access to the API, to get a private plan or discuss your requirements relating to request amount and concurrency: [email protected]
This API can be used to compute a set of readability metrics for a given text. We currently support the following metrics: Automated Readability Index, Coleman-Liau Index, Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level, Flesch Reading Ease, Gunning-Fog Index, SMOG score, and SMOG Index. The service is deployed at Google App Engine and available at https://ipeirotis-hrd.appspot.com/ The code and documentation are available on Github at https://github.com/ipeirotis/ReadabilityMetrics
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Investments are made when an investor wants to invest in an offering and send funds for said investment. Investments are probably the single most complex object in the system. It's important to understand all the status settings and payment methods involved. An AML check is automatically processed on every single investment. When using our escrow service, this is not charged to your account. FundAmerica customer service will do a follow-up if there are any issues with the background check and may cancel the result if there are problems. The results of this background check are available to your account if you have requested permission and been accepted for processing AML checks on your account. Please see AML and Due Diligence for more information on this process and details on the API calls. When an investment is made, customer service will review the details before changing the status type. They may even opt to cancel the investment if there is a problem. If you want to give immediate feedback to your investors, it's important to utilize webhooks for status updates. Note: An offering must have accept_investments set to true to create investments, otherwise you will receive a 403 error. This is done by having an escrow service application accepted.
WebMerge automates document creation on the fly. Simply setup a template using a fillable PDF, Microsoft Word document, or build one using our online editor and then you can generate a customized document with data from a 3rd party or upload your own. After each document is "merged" into the customized document, you can deliver it via email, send it to a cloud storage service, send it for esignature, or use a webhook to send it to another API/service.
GitHub is an American company that provides hosting for software developmentversion control using Git. It is a subsidiary of Microsoft, which acquired the company in 2018 for $7.5 billion. It offers all of the distributed version control and source code management (SCM) functionality of Git as well as adding its own features. It provides access control and several collaboration features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management, and wikis for every project. On June 2, 2011, ReadWriteWeb reported that GitHub had surpassed SourceForge and Google Code in total number of commits for the period of January to May 2011. Microsoft had become a significant user of GitHub, using it to host open source projects and development tools such as Chakra Core, PowerShell, Visual Studio Code, and Windows Terminal and has backed other open source projects such as Linux, and developed Virtual File System for Git (VFS for Git; formerly Git Virtual File System or GVFS)—a Git extension for managing large-scale repositories (and itself has been adopted by GitHub). For that reason, it is essential for users and developers intending to use a piece of software found on GitHub to read the software license in the repository (usually found in a top-level file called "LICENSE", "LICENSE.txt", or similar) to determine if it meets their needs.
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The Repository Webhooks API allows repository admins to manage the post-receive hooks for a repository. Webhooks can be managed using the JSON HTTP API, or the PubSubHubbub API. If you would like to set up a single webhook to receive events from all of your organization's repositories, check out our API documentation for Organization Webhooks. [...] Multiple webhooks can share the same config as long as those webhooks do not have any events that overlap. [...] POST /repos/:owner/:repo/hooks/:hook_id/pings Status: 204 No Content DELETE /repos/:owner/:repo/hooks/:hook_id Status: 204 No Content In order for GitHub to send webhook payloads, your server needs to be accessible from the Internet.