Zeo Sleep Measurement API Search Results & Alternatives
UP is a wristband and app that tracks how you sleep, move and eat—then helps you use that information to feel your best. The UP Platform documentation provides information related to establishing and maintaining an API connection with UP. The purpose of this API is to enable the exchange of select data in order to extend and augment the UP user experience and support complementary services. This can include data aggregation and visualization, gaming, marketing, rewards provisioning, and more.
An API for facts about food. It contains detailed information for over 7500 food items. The database contains over 500,000 data points. This API Also contains a full text search of food descriptions, scientific names and manufacturers making searches like "Coca cola company", and latin names for herbs possible. The API is fast, returning long search results in pages, where you decide page size (up to 50 items per page) You can also convert to gram measurements from common house hold measurements like cups, tablespoons and cans.
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US Zipcode, County, City, and State Boundaries API: A simple & very fast API that will allow you to integrate multiple GeoJson US boundaries results into your apps and systems. This API is designed to be used programatically for optimal performance. When using the MashApe UI for queries expect significant latency issues on large result sets!
This API can be used to compute a set of readability metrics for a given text. We currently support the following metrics: Automated Readability Index, Coleman-Liau Index, Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level, Flesch Reading Ease, Gunning-Fog Index, SMOG score, and SMOG Index. The service is deployed at Google App Engine and available at https://ipeirotis-hrd.appspot.com/ The code and documentation are available on Github at https://github.com/ipeirotis/ReadabilityMetrics
DuckDuckGo Zero-click Info includes topic summaries, categories, disambiguation, official sites, !bang redirects, definitions and more. You can use this API for many things, e.g. define people, places, things, words and concepts; provides direct links to other services (via !bang syntax); list related topics; and gives official sites when available.