ProgrammableWeb tracks the latest API news to keep you on top of the API economy
Alpha Software has released WatchBench, a product that lets developers build small Apple Watch apps. WatchBench runs entirely on iPhone and code is edited directly on the iPhone.
MuleSoft has just announced the release of a major update to their Anypoint Platform. Included is Weave, a new data transformation module.
SDKs from IoT platform Temboo have been embedded into new hardware chips from Samsung and Qualcomm, giving devs a new market entry point for building IoT products.
We've added 8 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in Cloud, Content Management, and Messaging categories. Also added: client libraries for Wunderlist and CoinMate.io.
To coincide with Google I/O today, productivity app Evernote has released version 2.0 of its Evernote for Android SDK. The new release is available now on GitHub.
Postman continues to turn heads with its innovative API development platform. Built out of frustration with poorly maintained API docs, Postman markets through empathy.
For the 10 year anniversary of Google Maps API, Google will hit the road with a bus that will take members of the Maps team across the country from San Francisco to Disney World.
Six APIs have been added to the directory in Notifications, Location, and Charity categories, among others. Also added, client libraries for use with Facebook Graph API.
Despite not giving full control over configuration, Google Prediction API does offer a RESTful interface for building machine learning models such as this activity tracker.
Mapsense has launched a new platform capable of streaming billions of rows of location data. The platform features a suite of built-in data sets and an API for developers.
Twilio is a web, desktop, and mobile communications company, and here their API is connected to a simple Appery.io mobile app that can send SMSs over the web using REST APIs.
Twelve new APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory as well as iOS, Node.js and Ruby client libraries for Weather Underground API.
API-led connectivity is enabling "micro moment" app development, where the resulting product is part of an ecosystem rather than as self-contained apps.