Google today said it is putting the Google Places API for iOS 2.0 and the Google Maps SDK for iOS 2.0 into separate CocoaPods. The idea here is to reduce the app size for developers who need Places data, but not Maps data. Google says the change heralds big savings in app binaries.
Security researcher Avicoder reported that he uncovered a vulnerability in Twitter's Docker installation housing its Vine source code. The researcher downloaded the entire Vine source code in one of the 80+ server images pulled. Twitter secured the install within 5 minutes, and paid compensation.
The stakes for Machine Learning APIs are increasing by the day. Major vendors are making moves towards releasing ML platform APIs. One such release is the Cloud Natural Language API, an API from Google that provides devs the ability to investigate the structure and meaning of text via REST APIs.
In a recent report on The Connected Home, Gartner predicts considerable growth in the use of digital personal assistants on smartphones to control smart devices throughout the home. This trend will take the focus off automation apps and place it on APIs for creating the programmable home.
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Natural Language Processing, Transportation, Games, SQL, and DevOps. One highlight today is the PokéAPI, which can access a Pokémon database. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
The UK’s recent decision to leave the EU has had, and will continue to have, far-reaching impacts beyond many people’s ability to foresee. In a recent article for Recode, Bryan Kirschner discussed the vote’s effect on the progress of open banking and its innovative API foundation on the continent.
The Industrial Internet of Things will bring with it investments reaching half a trillion dollars within the next four years. Giants such as GE are touting this trend and calling on developers to prepare for it. This article looks at what developers will want to prepare for with the Industrial IoT.
Swagger Codegen 2.2.0 has been released with many improvements and security fixes, and including JMustache update, codegen model improvement, addition of Apache 2.0 license to all generators, additional integration tests using Shippable and AppVeyor, and fixes to prevent code injection.
At the largest IoT event in North America, 150+ developers had an opportunity to test out a set of new Intelligent Environment Service APIs from GE Current and compete for the $10,000 IoT for Cities Hackathon grand prize. The Ciklum team won and this post takes you through the APIs they used.
Microsoft, tech giant and one of the world's largest API producers, has published version 2.3 of its REST API Guidelines. While the guidelines are focused on simplifying API development and consumption through a REST/HTTP architecture, Microsoft touts the ever-increasing need for consistency.
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