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AppsBuilder is a do it yourself platform for mobile applications development. No coding skills are needed! Trough a single building process users can create an app for iOS (iPad, iPhone/iPod), Android (Tablets & Phones) and Windows Phone. Last but not least, your app will be available for the Chrome Web Store and with a Mobile Site Html5 version. All content is stored on Cloud, enabling real time updates. All JSON structures can also be retrieved here: https://appsbuilder.atlassian.net/wiki/display/res/App+JSON
Full page performance and speed analysis with a real browser using Google PageSpeed and Yahoo YSlow. Using the GTmetrix API, you can integrate performance testing into your development environment or into your application. The GTmetrix API is based on the Web Testing Framework (WTF) Testing Service API which is RESTful API. Please contact us if you have any questions or comments about the API, or if you end up using it in a cool and interesting way! Signup instantly for free and get your API key at http://gtmetrix.com/
Simple aviation API providing useful and unique tools for your aviation application: searching aircrafts by registration and by image (computer vision), searching airports, flights (live & scheduled). API IS CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT AND MANY FEATURES ARE NOT YET RELEASED OR IN BETA STAGE RIGHT NOW.
ZebraPlan is an agile project management tool for software development companies. ZebraPlan provides a web API which enables developers to integrate their websites, mobile applications or other non-web-based applications with the ZebraPlan software, using simple HTTP methods, in either XML or JSON formats.
packagecloud.io Website Summary:
REST API for automation of common tasks for debian, rpm, rubygems, and python packages. Before getting started there are a handful of important things to know: All API requests must be made over HTTPS. There is no plain-text HTTP support.Most API requests are authenticated using an API token. [...] POST /api/v1/repos/:user/:repo/:distro/:version/:package/promote.json:user String The user this repo belongs to.:repo String The name of the repository.:distro String The name of the distribution the package is in. (i.e. ubuntu):version String The version name of the distribution the package is in. (i.e. precise):package String The full name of the package.:destination String The fully qualified repository name (e.g., "user/repo") to move the package.:scope String The scope of the Node.JS package to promote. [...] If this is a scoped package, the name should include an @ and an escaped '/' (e.g., @scope%2Fpkg-name).PackageFragment A JSON array of all the versions for this package.