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Twilio announced at the SIGNAL conference that the company has partnered with T-Mobile to launch Twilio Programmable Wireless, a new cellular communications platform for developers. Twilio Programmable Wireless features API-driven cellular connectivity, full communications stack, and self-service.
This article takes a look at the differences between the ORTC API and WebRTC 1.0/RTCPeerConnection API and what upcoming ORTC API support in Edge may mean for developers.
A comprehensive report from Mind Commerce maps telecommunications industry APIs and identifies the business opportunities and challenges ahead.
Twilio IP Messaging arrives alongside support for two-factor authentication using push notifications that can even be delivered to an Apple Watch.
The QueueDr-drchrono integration is a good example of how APIs will help innovate, modernize and transform the healthcare industry.
Bill Brantley looks at the Department of Labor's API page, claiming it as an example of an API provider doing the four important functions necessary when writing API documentation.
In a move that extends the scope of its cloud services to include two-factor authentication, Twilio today announced the acquisition of Authy.
Apps World Europe is being held in London on November 12 and 13, with a dedicated API stream on November 12.
Coca-Cola plans to launch a new developer site to simplify the process of accessing and using the company's internal and public facing APIs.
Twilio’s new social good venture, Twilio.org, helps nonprofits understand the potential of using APIs in their campaigns.
Developers, designers and business analysts interested in Code for America's 2015 Fellowship program must apply by July 15.
At GlueCon 2014, John Musser presents the 10 most common mistakes made by API providers that keep their API from being great. Along with the mistakes including issues such as bad developer experience, poor/inconsistent API design, and unreliable services, he provided his solutions.
In the very early days of APIs, when John Musser founded ProgrammableWeb, the default for every new API was open--wide open. As the industry has matured, companies have become more careful to enter the open, public API waters. Though the number of APIs is still growing rapidly, most new APIs look very different from those of a few years ago. Popular services used to launch with public APIs, or perhaps have them soon after. Now the popular services are more likely to hold out for awhile, perhaps learning from those before. This wariness of openness has perhaps gone too far, ignoring the positive potential of embracing the ecosystem.
Continuing the theme from this morning; namely that speakers should share the mistakes and ugly truths behind their API successes, this afternoon's sessions at the API Strategy and Practice Conference gave attendees a peek under the hood. Speaking to issues that matter to API consumers, we heard nuts and bolts talks centered on API testing, monitoring and debugging.
Twilio Messaging Now in Europe. Plus: GOTO Berlin outlines DO's and DON'Ts in Web API, as well as how to build and run a public API, and 22 new APIs.