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Adobe has announced that new e-sign capabilities and APIs will soon be added to the Adobe Document Cloud platform. Adobe has also announced a partnership with Dropbox.
We've added six APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Application Development, WebRTC, and Games. Take a look at what's new in this summary.
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.
Facebook will deprecate v2.3 of its Marketing API tomorrow. While v2.4 delivers powerful new features, a number of APIs and features will deprecate tomorrow.
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.
Facebook shared details about how it is taking advantage of Redex to streamline the bytecode in its Android app. The goal? Keep the app running smoothly.
Using the bottom-up approach to game development, Ruud van Falier discusses Rumar Gaming’s approach to building a scalable technology stack for fast deployment of future releases.
Google warned developers again that it is time to kick Android 6.0 Marshmallow compatibility testing into high gear. The official release is scheduled for next week.
DreamFactory BaaS platform version 2.0 beta is now available and includes improvements to API customizability, security, scalability, performance, and more.
While Ruby is not a truly functional language, developers can still write Ruby code in a functional way. This article takes you though an example showing you how to do this.
This article features several RAML Parsers that have turned up on GitHub including PHP RAML Parser, RamlParser, RAML Ruby, and Pyraml-Parser.
You know APIs have hit the big time when even the Kardashians have them. And have them they do, along with the headaches of securing them and their, uh, adoring fans.
API-centric online payments platform Stripe yesterday unveiled Relay, an API that allows retailers to syndicate product information to mobile apps.