Spirent TestCenter REST API Search Results & Alternatives
Airports Finder is an application and REST API that allows you to find airports that are near a given location. It also provides airport search within a certain region. Users can provide a location and radius in km to find where they can fly from and to. The airport lookup API can be integrated with other apps and services to get data you need.
Sports Open Data is a project started in June 2015 created by Paolo Riva, Riccardo Quatra and Fabio Sgroi. This project was born by a need we've found when looking for statistics in Sports: no website offers its data in an Open Data way. Sports Open Data will work in this way: by providing a JSON REST API, Sports Open Data allow you to manage data for every single match we've stored on our database. And that's not over: Sports Open Data has been structured as an Open Organization: feel free to partecipate to our project or simply be part of our community to make it grow day by day. Open Data created by users for users.
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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/
Spirent Communications plc is a multinationaltelecommunications testing company headquartered in Crawley, West Sussex, in the United Kingdom. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. The company was founded by Jack Bowthorpe in 1936 as Goodliffe Electric Supplies. It acquired Optima Electronics in 1987 and disposed of its defence businesses in 1990. In 2000 it also bought Hekimian, a major Operations Support Systems business, Zarak Systems, another communications software business and Net-Hopper, an access systems specialist. It acquired Caw Networks, a Santa Clara company which makes network performance testing appliances including Avalanche, in 2002, Scientific Software Engineering, a United States-based developer of software including Landslide for testing the performance and functionality of wireless network infrastructure, in 2006, Imperfect Networks, an IDS/IPS testing company, in 2006, and Fanfare Software, a United States-based developer of the iTest automation software, in 2011. Spirent Communications PLC is a communications and network testing company.