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Sixteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Games, Digital Asset Management, and Marine. Featured today are APIs for programmatic access to energy provided by the U.S. Department of Energy. Here’s a rundown of the latest additions.

APIs

IMIconnect provides services for enterprise communication and customer communication, including messaging, customer profiles, threads, transactions, and segments. The IMIconnect API returns JSON data for the services including endpoints for messaging, profile management, external events, and transaction status. Channels covered are SMS, Voice, Android, iOS, , Twitter, WeChat, and others. The IMIconnect API is listed under the Messaging category. See ProgrammableWeb‘s complete list of Messaging APIs.

Magic: The Gathering is a trading card game. The Magic: The Gathering REST API is an unofficial interface for Magic: The Gathering. The API can be used to return a maximum of 100 cards per call with names, blocks, and IDs. The also provides several SDKs including Go, Ruby, Java, Swift and others for help with integration. Third-party applications are currently throttled to 5000 requests per hour. The API is listed under the Games category. See ProgrammableWeb‘s complete list of Games APIs.

The Magic: The Gathering developer center includes several SDKs to ease consumption of the API

The Magic: The Gathering developer center includes several SDKs to ease consumption of the API. Image: Andrew Backes/HTML5 UP

Isle of Man Vehicle Registration Data API allows users to retrieve information on vehicles registered on the Isle of Man using the vehicles’ number plates. Data returned includes a car’s make, model, body style, engine size, transmission type, fuel type, and more. This API is designed for use in used car sales, car insurance, and car part services based on the Isle of Man, and is listed under the Auto category. See ProgrammableWeb‘s complete list of Auto APIs.

Storm Glass provides marine weather data services. The Storm Glass Marine WeatherAPI returns data based on a request from a longitude and latitude location. Data includes swell height, swell direction, coastal sea level, wave height, wind wave direction, water temperature, wind gust, ice coverage, air pressure, humidity, coverage, and much more. Up to 50 requests per day are , or for more than 50 per day users can sign up for a year with a 10% discount. The Storm Glass7/16/2018 API is listed under the Marine category. See ProgrammableWeb‘s complete list of Marine APIs.

Mineralt is an online cryptocurrency miner. The Mineralt JavaScript API enables users to mine cryptocurrency online, using a web site or application visitor’s CPU power. It provides a way to control mining script execution and provides several API methods that includes; start, stop, setlf miner and more. This API is indirect access to the Mineralt JavaScript SDK and Mineralt Android API. The Mineralt API is listed under the Cryptocurrency category. See ProgrammableWeb‘s complete list of Cryptocurrency APIs.

Use the Mineralt API and SDKs to to build your own online mining affiliate programs.

Use the Mineralt API and SDKs to to build your own online mining affiliate programs. Image: Mineralt.io

Brandfolder is a digital asset management platform to store, share, and showcase brand data. The Brandfolder GraphQL API works between Brandfolder’s frontend and backend to translate it’s JSON service into GraphQL, for consumption by Brandfolder’s frontend. Users can query assets, attachments, links, sections, collaborators, user permissions, and more with the API. The API is listed under the Digital Asset Management category. See ProgrammableWeb‘s complete list of Digital Asset Management APIs.

provides weather data APIs for developers. We’ve recently added four more of their APIs to our Weather category.

Weatherbit Forecast 48 hours API returns an hourly forecast in 1 hour intervals from any point on the planet. For non-premium users, this API will return a maximum of 48 hours.

Weatherbit Current Weather API returns JSON forecast data from over 38,000 stations.

Weatherbit Historical Agro Weather API retrieves retrieve soil temperature, soil moisture, and evapotranspiration associated to agriculture.

Weatherbit 16 Day Weather Forecast API returns JSON-P data with a 16 day forecast in 1 day intervals from any point on the planet.

NREL is a national laboratory of the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, U.S. Department of Energy. We have added several APIs to our Energy category that NREL provides for programmatic access to energy data.

NREL Building Component API returns XML, JSON, or YAML data containing whole buildings to detailed files, like duct sealing components information.

NREL Reopt Lite API returns recommendations for renewable energy, conventional generation, and energy storage technologies.

NREL Energy Incentives API returns JSON and XML data listed in the energy DSIRE database.

NREL Electricity and Natural Gas API provides energy usage, expenditures, and GHG emissions data.

NREL Utility Rates API returns annual average utility rates data for residential, commercial and sectors.

NREL Emissions API returns greenhouse gas data.



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