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Reverse geocoding API to check if location is residential

It looks like Gisgraphy should fit your needs. Here's the output from an example query: <results> <numFound>1</numFound> <QTime>519</QTime> <result> <...
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Service for home items catalog

Homebox I tried Homebox online demo and liked it. Homebox is currently in early active development and is currently in beta stage. Features Create and Manage Items by providing a name and a ...
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Analytics API to gather data for display in own product

You can integrate with Google Analytics. Many websites already use it, so they will have an account and your users will have to configure your snippet to use their details. You can track specific ...
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Is there an HTTP API package to administrate SSH, FTP and Apache servers?

It sounds very much like what you actually want here is a way to simplify handling of configuration management and system provisioning. My personal recommendation would be to use Ansible for this. ...
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Testing a server for security vulnerabilities

Vulnerability scanners Web penetration testing tools (scanners/crawls): WebCruiser Web Vulnerability Scanner - an effective web penetration testing tool that will aid you in auditing your website. ...
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Reverse geocoding API to check if location is residential

I've found that using the OpenStreetMap Overpass API gives what I need. You can write a query in Overpass Query Language or XML to search OSM for nodes, ways and relations tagged as "residential": [...
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Static Website Membership Options: Any alternatives (open source or paid) to MemberSpace?

Userbase is a great open source solution: https://userbase.com/ This post has a bunch of other options that look viable: https://medium.com/visualdevspace/9-awesome-tools-you-can-use-to-build-...
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Are ESB still worth as communication layer? Which ones?

I don't know, I don't have enough details. As you are using SFTP, Samba and Google Cloud Storage it seems to me that you are moving .CSV and probably ingesting them through SSIS. Then you are also ...
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Application or web service to upload video files to Youtube while keeping hyphens in filenames

YouTube is removing the dashes/hyphens/underscores after it's uploaded to them, so no external application can have any say to prevent that. If you want something there in the filenames, maybe you can ...
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Survey tool to assign options

Disclosure: I am one of the developers of PollUnit. PollUnit allows you to create a voting with the target "best distribution" (which can be selected in the first step of the wizard). You ...
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Web-services for private computer-assisted web interviewing

Disclosure: I work for PollUnit. With PollUnit you should be able to do this. PollUnit also have a free plan which allows to collect data from up to 40 survey participants. If you need more you need a ...
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Online flexible survey constructor (maybe kind of decision making software)

Disclosure: I work for PollUnit With our poll maker PollUnit (a SAAS platform I'm working for) it is now possible to rank options by drag and drop. An overall rating is then calculated based on all ...
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open source DNS management

I came across AtomiaDNS lately and it may be worth a look. Provides all requested features. An API is also available, even if it's not a pure REST API.
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Small web firm: Software to keep track of multiple clients, domains and servers?

We have been using our own local instance of Taiga for about 9 months, with a huge amount of success. We have slowly replaced most every other way we had of keeping track of anything: code issues, ...
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Web Server/Web service written in C++ in Linux/Windows Server

There are many frameworks written in C++, one of them being: Cutelyst a C++11 built with Qt, with one of the best positions on TechEmpower Benchmarks. Even though it requires Qt 5.6+ a full CMS (...
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Fast and secure C++ webservices library

One option is Cutelyst so: With cutelyst-wsgi you can avoid a front-end server To the moment no security issue has being found, the code has been written with a lot of caution to not have buffer ...
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API Documentation Hosting Services

Just to add another awesome service docsapp.io DocsApp provide easy to use markdown editor, so non-technical users able to use it as well. Furthermore, it is free for open source project.
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Online course hosting

Canvas by Instructure is an excellent LMS, there is an AGPL licensed version you can download and run yourself. Rich well documented RESTful API, can do all sorts of integrations. Some simple ...
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Online course hosting

It seems that you're looking to something similar to this site, which has all the requirements you mentioned included (disclosure: I'm not affiliated with it in any way). If you agree, and (probably) ...
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Developing firewall rules for an application

Either Oracle VirtualBox or VMware Workstation or VMware ESXi — You can install the whole OS, and do whatever inside of them. Then monitor what comes out.
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API to parse log files

Splunk You can try Splunk, an advanced analysis monitoring software. Can be used as a tool for collecting, monitoring, visualizing and analyzing machine data from any source. It's a commercial one, ...
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Relational database service billed on reads/writes rather than time

Probably there is no such service. Both SQL services from Google Cloud include hourly pricing too: Cloud SQL Cloud Spanner
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Track changes on a webpage that uses POST

The free web service http://changemon.com/ has this ability. You can do POST requests to the specified URL by adding a GET-like string to the changemon’s URL field beginning with ?postdata=: http://...
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Track changes on a webpage that uses POST

Check whether GET works. Many websites handle GET and POST requests to the same address equally. You can try this easily by changing the method of the form method from POST to GET and see if that ...
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Mountable, "server-less" online storage to replace Google Drive Sync

I would suggest taking a look at Amazon S3 for your actual storage and Cloud Berry Pro for the user interface. Amazon S3 storage charges look reasonable to me for the use that you are envisioning ...
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Drug Interactions Web service, Database or JSON/XML Files [For Web Application Development]

The FDA maintains an open-access API with drug information - https://open.fda.gov/drug/
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Digital Magazine Subscription Software/Services

Have a look at Easy Digital Downloads. I nearly used it for a client (their spec changed halfway through) but it looks like it could work for you. It's aimed at digital subscriptions
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Sports Matches Schedule API/SDK

Wikidata offers an API giving sport results for very important competitions. You have to write the query for each competition. The query syntax and data format might change depending on the sport and ...
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Web service for sharing - and serving - php code?

Actually, there does seem to be a way with PhpFiddle APIs version 3.0 http://phpfiddle.org/deposit/phpfiddle_apis.php - but not with saved snippets; you can send the code in a POST request, and you ...
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I'm looking for a service/api that returns an image based on a keyword

Can you code? Your participation on Stack Overview suggest that you can. If so, use Python (or the language of your choice) to invoke the Google Image Search API (or, as Nicolaus suggests, the ...
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