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The Ninth Circuit’s dancing baby case is a recent (and important) decision involving the intersection of copyright infringement and the doctrine of “fair use” in our online world.
Developing a Web application in any language carries with it a set of implications. This article looks at what those are when choosing to develop in Python.
The Internet of Things strives to connect things to the Internet, but companies are best served connecting their products only if there is a compelling advantage in doing so.
While a progress report by the API WordPress API team offers many details about its strategy, it's also a template for all of us who will be talking about our APIs going forward.
When building an API, ensuring that your API meets the criteria of a first-class product means using it yourself. This article looks at how Kaltura did that and what they learned.
Apple Watch will impact the way users engage with their devices, and the way developers engage with users. Remaining relevant and competitive will require an Apple Watch extension.
This article uses a real-world example from a talk by Dimitri van Hees to help you understand what Linked Data is and how it can be applied to your business.
Few companies have fully leveraged the benefits of machine learning until the rise of companies making such APIs available. We look at the business value offered by such APIs.
IT development continues to struggle to keep pace with demand. To address that, application development needs to embrace not only experts but everyone. Here is how that can happen.
Apple takes it own approach to voice calling with FaceTime and iMessage, while Microsoft's puts a unique twist on WebRTC with ORTC.
Article highlighting the top 10 machine learning APIs on ProgrammableWeb. API capabilities include image tagging, speech recognition and predictive modeling.
ProgrammableWeb tests reveal how a free app from Google's App Store makes it possible to reverse engineer secure traffic between mobile apps and the services they call home to.
Markus Lanthaler developed JSON-LD and Hydra to help streamline the creation of Web APIs. HisAPIcon UK talk introduced both and discussed how linked data can be used in API design.
Based on Louis Dorard's talk at APIcon UK, this article looks at the various business opportunities that have arisen due to predictive APIs and how organizations can leverage them.
Working with a third party platform can turn your product into a thriving business. This article looks at what you should consider when deciding what platform to build your app on.