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15 New Independent Publisher Connectors in May 2022

Independent Publisher connectors are connectors developed, tested, published, and supported by connector developers that are independent from the backend service or API. The Microsoft Certification team performs validations and checks to ensure that the connector is safe to use.

We are excited to announce that we have 15 new Independent Publisher connectors were published in May. These connectors have solutions and tools for Data, Website, IT operations and more. Read about the connectors, learn about the talented publishers, and take a look at the connector files! These connectors are available in Power Automate, Power Apps, and Azure Logic Apps. Thank you, all our partners, for this great partnership, and we look forward to partnering with many more amazing independent publishers.

 

Aviationstack by Troy Taylor

The aviationstack API was built to deliver accurate data about global flights both in real-time as well as for historical flights. Being integrated with one of the most sophisticated aviation data providers on the market, the aviationstack API is capable of delivering real-time updates about ongoing flights with a delay of only 30-60 seconds.

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BIN Checker by Troy Taylor

Checks and verifies BIN (Bank Identification Number). Available for both credit card and debit cards.

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CDC Content Services by Troy Taylor

Content syndication allows CDC to offer web content to other sites and applications. Media, topics, and organizations data is available.

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Lit Ipsum by Troy Taylor

Lit Ipsum is a dummy text generator for web designers and developers. As an alternative to boring old Lorem Ipsum generators, it chooses passages from copyright-free literature courtesy of the Gutenberg Project.

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NHTSA vPIC by Troy Taylor

The NHTSA Product Information Catalog Vehicle Listing (vPIC) Application Programming Interface (API) provides different ways to gather information on Vehicles and their specifications. The vPIC Dataset is populated using the information submitted by the Motor Vehicle manufacturers through the 565 submittals. All the information on how a VIN is assigned by the manufacturer is captured in this catalog and used to decode a VIN and extract vehicle information.

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OpenAI by Robin Rosengrün

OpenAI is an artificial intelligence research laboratory. The company conducts research in the field of AI with the stated goal of promoting and developing friendly AI in a way that benefits humanity as a whole. Through this connector you can access the Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3), an autoregressive language model that uses deep learning to produce human-like text.

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ProPublica Campaign Finance by Troy Taylor

The Campaign Finance API includes information about electronic filings, which are submitted to the Federal Election Commission on nearly every day of the year. The API, which originated at The New York Times in 2008, provides details about specific types of filings, filings for a specific date and a summary of financial information in each filing.

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ProPublica Congress by Troy Taylor

Using the Congress API, you can retrieve legislative data from the House of Representatives, the Senate and the Library of Congress. The API, which originated at The New York Times in 2009, includes details about members, votes, bills, nominations and other aspects of congressional activity.

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ProPublica Nonprofit Explorer by Troy Taylor

ProPublica Nonprofit Explorer provides summaries of 3 million tax returns from tax-exempt organizations and see financial details such as their executive compensation and revenue and expenses. You can browse IRS data released since 2013 and access more than 14 million tax filing documents going back as far as 2001.

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Reachability by Troy Taylor

Check reachability of any site/webpage from any country in the world.

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Sessionize by Nanddeep Nachan

Sessionize is the smart way to manage Call for Papers, Speakers and Agenda for your conference.

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Storm Glass by Paul Culmsee

The Storm Glass API allows you to fetch weather data for any coordinate on the globe in a simple, programmatic way using conventional HTTP requests.

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Udemy by Nanddeep Nachan

The Udemy helps one to get the information about Udemy learning courses.

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WorldTime by Andras Fordos

A simple API to get the current time based on a request with a timezone.

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XSOAR by Landon Chelf

Provides the ability to submit content to XSOAR integrations when using instance.execute.external to expose integration instances over HTTPS. Tested to work with the Generic Webhook integration.

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