An API for interesting facts about numbers. Provides trivia, math, date, and year facts about numbers. For example, "5 is the number of platonic solids", "42 is the number of little squares forming the left side trail of Microsoft's Windows 98 logo", "February 27th is the day in 1964 that the government of Italy asks for help to keep the Leaning Tower of Pisa from toppling over"
Looks up a word in a dictionary and returns all translations ordered by frequency. The API translates from and to German for the following languages: English, Spanish, Dutch, Polish, Italian, and Czech. Possibility to filter by a word class.
Coursmos is a micro-education platform uniting both authors and students, and hosting more than 75,000 online courses. Micro-learning is not just shorter courses. At Coursmos, we're leading the way in defining what micro learning means and developing it to achieve its maximum potential for you. It's not another web app with a firehose of information to knock you off your feet, but a smooth flow of learning, on tap, personal, contextual and most of all adapted to your life and schedule.
Handshake is a popular job platform many colleges and organizations looking to hire college students and graduates utilize. The interactive job board allows users to view active jobs, connect with potential employers and learn about various opportunities available at different organizations. Handshake APIs empower developers to integrate key Handshake features onto their website, application or other platforms through secure server connections.
Handshake APIs allow developers to provide end-users with access to Handshake features on their external platform using the source code provided by the API developers. API creators curate the code available in the API specifically for developers as an assistive tool that reduces the amount of time spent creating their projects.
Handshake APIs provide developers with code snippets that provide stable and secure connections to Handshake servers. Once the developer uses the code to connect to these servers, they can enable various Handshake features on their platform. For instance, end-users may look up specific organizations hiring through Handshake, browse available job openings and review job descriptions posted by the organization. The availability of these features depends upon the type of API utilized by the developer.
These APIs have two primary target audiences. The first audience consists primarily of end-users who gain access to Handshake server requests. End-users may interact with the API without knowledge that the API exists, taking advantage of the availability of Handshake features on external platforms. The second target audience encompasses developers who take advantage of the pre-generated source code provided by the API. API creators often design APIs for developers to provide them with secure and reliable connections to Handshake servers.
There are several reasons that a Handshake API are essential for end-users and developers. An end-user interacts directly with the API, performing server information calls to receive information about specific employers from Handshake. Developers benefit from the pre-generated source code available through APIs. The source code prevents developers from potentially spending hours coding and testing server connections manually.
End-users should expect a variety of Handshake-exclusive features on external platforms. Examples include the ability to browse employers, view available jobs and apply for job openings through Handshake on an external platform. Developers should expect high-quality source code resulting in a secure, low-latency server connection.
Yes, APIs such as Numbers and Gumroad are available for developers to use at no cost.
All Handshake APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
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