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Change is coming to the Apple Watch app ecosystem and developers need to prepare. Apple suggested apps not compiled through the watchOS 2.0 SDK won't be available in the app store after June 1. The move comes ahead of Apple's annual WWDC developer event, implying watchOS news in on deck.
Google Cloud Vision API gives developers access to powerful image processing and analysis tools for use in any project. This tutorial on Google Cloud Platform shows followers how to use the API to detect faces in an image, and use the returned coordinates to draw a polygon around each face.
Payleven launched a developer suite to enable 3rd-party apps and POS systems integration with payleven payment solutions. The suite includes App Pay and Point Pay which allow for solutions that bypass card reader requirements and those that utilize card readers. API and SDK options are available.
We've added 22 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Sales, Telephony, Visualizations, Shipping, Games and Transportation. Highlights today include postal APIs from NZ Post and the Hyperglance cloud visualization tool. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Healthcare, Backend, Emergency, and Music. One highlight that was added is the Kanye REST API, which allows developers to access Kanye West's music data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Facebook today unveiled a range of new tools for developers at its F8 developer conference. The Live Video API promises to bring video streaming to more cameras around the world, while the Account SDK shoots for easier app logins, and 'Agents' aims to bring bots to Messenger.
Google released a new version of Android Studio today, and the new IDE has everything developers need to build apps for Android smartphones, tablets, watches, and other form factors. Want to put the latest APIs to use? Android Studio 2.0 is what you need. The update is free.
The recent debate surrounding Apple’s defiance of the FBI’s request to provision a back door into an iPhone has done something that few other news events could have done; it significantly raised the general public’s awareness of the degree to which Apple has gone to protect the privacy of its cus
So far, this article has primarily focused on the extent to which a smartphone's fingerprint reader can be used to secure the device or provide convenience to the end user. But, does the absence of an AND/conjuction approach for unlocking the device also mean that AND/conjunction is not available
Google wants to see more voice-enabled apps and the search giant took a big step in order to help make that become a reality. Today Google offered its Cloud Speech API to developers, who can add transcription, dictation, and spoken command features to their own apps. The API is initially free.
Developers can get quick and simple access to sophisticated image recognition software thanks to Google’s Cloud Vision API. The tool leverages machine learning to identify the contents of images for classification across thousands of categories, and here it is used to determine traffic volume.
GitHub has added several new features to the platform to help make code reviews even faster and more flexible for developers and development teams. The new code review features include pull request files list, commits list, comments with deeper context, and timeline indicator.
Last week, HP officially launched commercial plans for Haven OnDemand, a machine learning platform that offers developers a suite of APIs they can use to "turn virtually any data into an asset anytime and anywhere." The platform entered beta in 2014 and offers more than offers more than 60 APIs.
The Run in Postman Button is now live for over 10 public APIs including Apigee, Best Buy, GoSquared, and Transport for London (TfL). The Run in Postman Button allows API publishers to provide one-click testing of their public APIs by adding an embed code in their API documentation.
Google today made an early preview version of Android N available to developers. The company released a new SDK to accompany the preview, which includes an initial, small handful of new APIs. The APIs add functionality to apps while also allowing developers to refine the user experience.
Lyft is launching a developer program of its own in order to better compete with Uber. Lyft's first partner in this new endeavor is Facebook Messenger. Lyft hopes the program will eventually expand to see a wide number of developers add Lyft-hailing buttons to their own apps.
Apperian Inc. has released a set of RESTful APIs opening up the Apperian platform to current customers and partners. The APIs provide platform functionality that can be used for programmatically enabling application onboarding, inspection, signing, distribution, analytics, and more.
Code signing is one of those frustrating chores that iOS developers inevitably have to deal with--whether it’s creating provisioning profiles or managing development or production certificates or certificates for push notification. It’s tedious, frustrating and convoluted, but it doesn't have to be.
Late last year, Google announced a limited preview of its Cloud Vision API beta. After massive participation in the preview, Google has opened its image analysis API beta to the broader developer community. Apps submit images to the platform where a wide array of image attributes are detected.