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Google has enabled a new feature to the Google Calendar API that enables users to attach Google Drive files to an event. A simple two-step process adds any Drive file to an event.
AccessILS API removes the complex integration barriers, allowing libraries to offer Comic Plus: Library Edition in their digital collection.
GutHub made Atom 1.0 available, a new version of its hackable text editor for OS X, Linux, and Windows. The new build brings polish and promise.
WaveMaker announced the WaveMaker Gateway so enterprises can share APIs for consumption by third parties. Gateway creates an ecosystem of API owners and app developers.
This example will explain how and why I used Nexmo to enable communications in my favorite cloud hosting environment, AWS (Amazon Web Services).
Developers at Mozilla, Google, Microsoft and Apple are working on a binary format that could change the way applications are developed and delivered on the Web.
MachineShop adopts Vert.x Application Framework, event-driven application platform for the Java Virtual Machine, to aid organizations in realizing zero latency IoT solutions.
This how-to details what a Python developer needs to know to create an application that integrates with and consumes the Twitter REST API.
Vesigo Studios adds new Webhooks to OnTime API allowing users to connect to other applications and add real-time, two-way communication to their application.
Twitter said it will drop the 140-character limit for direct messages in July. In order to do that, it is making changes to its REST and streaming APIs. Here are the details.
Adds broad range of DevOps and identity management capabilities to core API management platform to address quality and compliance issues.
Apple has revamped their Developer Program as part of their annual Word Wide Developers Conference earlier today, consolidating the Mac and iOS into one bundle.