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Building a starter pack for an API-as-a-Service
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 20 Nov 2023
I sell an API as a service, and I've been using RapidAPI for years. I've never been happy with them. They charge a 20% fee, and then there's another 3-5% fee for payments via PayPal. And they do many small transactions per month, so you pay PayPal's minimum fees over and over, making the total fees about 25-30%.
On top of that, their service is terrible. Customer support is rarely helpful, they frequently fail to bill my customers and just shrug it off, their dashboard takes 20+ seconds to load simple views. I could go on and on.
I welcome competitors in this space because I've been surprised at how few vendors offer what I'd expect to be not so hard a service.
The thing that kills this deal for me is that RestEasy isn't the merchant of record, so the API owner still has to figure out how to pay taxes in every state/country where they're liable for taxes.
The other thing that would make me nervous is that you're a brand new company, and you're a point of failure for my API. If RestEasy goes down, my service goes down.
RestEasy's site also currently has a lot of typos, which would also make me nervous about betting my uptime on this service.
I'm currently in the process of migrating to Paddle. They act as merchant of record, and their fees are 5%, though they require me to write a lot of my own custom code to integrate with their system.
A billion-dollar opportunity: Shopify for SaaS
2 projects | /r/SaaS | 5 Jun 2021
I sell access to an API called Zestful. It's not a huge API, but it gets ~$50/month in revenue. I'm a RapidAPI customer, and I hate RapidAPI. I look for alternatives every few months.
mtlynch/ingredient-phrase-tagger is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.
The primary programming language of ingredient-phrase-tagger is Python.