, an online marketplace where developers can discover application programming interfaces (APIs), has added a further $25 million to its series B round of funding, doubling the figure it . Existing investors including Microsoft’s M12 and Andreessen Horowitz participated in the round.
Founded in 2014, San Francisco-based RapidAPI helps developers find, test, and connect to thousands of public APIs, covering everything from web search and weather to sports results and breaking news. As with many other digital services, RapidAPI said that it has seen a “significant developer response” to the COVID-19 pandemic with users turning to its marketplace to integrate relevant coronavirus APIs into their own applications, covering datasets, statistics, financial information, and news.
Between March 1 and now, the company said that the top five