Skyscanner Flight API: Incorporate Travel Data into Your App

Last year, we wrote a blog post about the Google Flights API (QPX Express API). In that post, we highlighted what we love about the API, explained how to make an API call, and discussed some relevant project ideas. After hearing about the Google Flights API’s depreciation on April 10th, 2018, as travel lovers we …

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Five APIs to Make Your Holiday Season Easier

The holiday season can be an extremely fun time, but it can also be extremely stressful time for a number of different reasons. All of the gift giving, traveling, and party planning can be a lot to handle. Thankfully, RapidAPI has some great APIs to make your holidays a little bit easier. In this blog …

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Email APIs – Which One is Right for You?

By Janet Wagner Email is a crucial part of running a business – Email is used to communicate with customers, market new products, reach out to potential clients, and the list goes on. While many other methods of communications are available today such as social media networks, chatbots, and collaboration tools like Slack – email …

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Top 10 Facial Recognition APIs of 2018

Facial recognition has already been a hot topic of 2018, but now with the announcement of the iPhone X’s Face ID technology, facial recognition has become an even more popular topic. We wanted to help you get started using facial recognition in your own apps, so here is a list of 10 best facial recognition APIs of 2018! Updated: …

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Add Authentication and Billing to Your API on AWS [Tutorial]

Deployment. Authentication. Pricing. Getting an API up and running is a huge project to take on, but using RapidAPI makes it that much easier. Today, we’ll talk about how to do the following with AWS and RapidAPI. Deployment: You need to get your API deployed on servers and publicly accessible by developers around the world. …

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Add Authentication and Billing for Your API on Heroku [Tutorial]

Say you build the next big API. You have your endpoints up and running and all the functionality is complete. But before developers can start using your API, there are three big tasks to look at: Deployment: You need to get your API deployed on servers and publicly accessible by developers around the world. Authentication: …

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