Application Program Interface

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Application Program Interface

A portion of a software program that allows it to interact with other programs. An application program interface is necessary for many complex programs to function.
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The Vordel API Server is an enterprise-ready, unified API platform to manage, deliver and secure APIs.
Key Findings: The telecom networks API market will grow at a CAGR of 28 % between 2014 and 2019, eventually accounting for $ 146 Billion in global revenue by the end of 2019 In terms of regional revenue split, the Asia Pacific, North America and Western Europe region will remain to be the largest market segments by the end of 2019, while the Latin and Central America, and Middle East and Africa regions, will see the healthiest growth rates over the next five years.
You would expect that schools with high API scores would have more eligible students, because they're based on test scores,'' Wong said.
Most, but not all of the 40 APIs mentioned in the preceding discussion have some possibility of failure due to dynamic rollover.
Simple installation of a single download versus the multiple product installations required with some API management solutions.
An analysis of the market for APIs in North America is carried out through an industry overview, analysis of industry revenues and industry segmentation, the therapeutic applications of APIs in North America and the impacts on the industry.
This year, the LAUSD had 96 schools that had an API of 800 or above, compared with 68 last year.
Customers deploying the Vordel API Server enjoy the benefits of a solution which scales elastically with API usage.
Schools throughout the state have been measured by the API since 1999.
Web APIs provide a platform for customers, partners, and employees to build new features and capabilities.
API accomplished the entire multi-million dollar implementation in ten months, completing the initial phase in October 2005 with the final phase completed in the first quarter of fiscal 2007.
To meet the new API CJ-4 specification, Chevron tested its new Delo, Ursa and RPM oils with key engine manufacturers.