Continuing with 15 APIs in 15 days, today is the set of NASA APIs, which makes their data (such as Mars rover photos) available to anyone who wants to consume it. It's an unprecedented wealth of knowledge, and I look forward to digging deeper into it.
Continuing 15 APIs in 15 Days, here's the NOAA API, a service for querying weather and climate data. NOAA is an American agency that studies and charts various conditions in the oceans and atmosphere.
Continuing my search for 15 APIs in 15 Days, I checked into the Google Maps API. It a series of APIs - for Android, iOS, web, etc - and each is focused on a small set of tasks. At first it seemed a bit overwhelming, but each of them is easy to use. I'll pick a few out to play around with.
Slack is a popular communication and collaboration tool. Continuing my 15 APIs in 15 Days challenge, I thought I'd check out the Slack API. Let's find out how to use it and what we can do!
Continuing my 15 APIs in 15 Days, today I played around with the Dropbox API. Dropbox provides file storage that syncs between your devices, and team collaboration too.
Continuing my 15 APIs in 15 Days challenge, today it's the Backblaze B2 Storage API. Backblaze is a reliable backup service, and now they have a cloud storage service too, similar to AWS, Rackspace, etc. You can sign up and get 10GB free space.
Continuing my personal 15 APIs in 15 Days challenge, let's check out the Instagram API. It allows us to get data about media, but also manipulate likes, comments and much more.
To kick off my 15 APIs in 15 Days challenge, let's check out the Twitter API, how to use it and what it has to offer. Their API allows you to access tweets, users who tweet, and metadata associated with tweets, as well as other actions like manipulating lists.