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As part of a series of Yahoo Model Meetup events Yahoo wants to reach out and share expertise with third-party developers building applications that invoke Yahoo APIs.
BlackBerry plans to shut down the BlackBerry Advertising Service and associated APIs in June. Developers need to strip API calls from their apps.
ScientiaMobile provides improved device detection, new capabilities, web views from apps, and improved browser identification in version 1.6 of WURFL API.
Ninja Metrics unveiled at the 2015 NAB Show in Las Vegas the new Katana for Entertainment advanced analytics platform for streaming media and music.
Here's a look at ProgrammableWeb's most recent directory additions, including 8 new APIs, new source code samples and a new client.
New developer tools from Samsung will let app writers target the fingerprint sensor, printing, and digital health features of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones.
Appcelerator Arrow provides an API and app builder for browser-less devices such as the Apple Watch. Arrow provides a scalable platform that addresses specific mobile needs.
PacketZoom unfurled a cloud service that enables developers to replace TCP with a faster proprietary networking protocol that it says can improve mobile application performance.
This tutorial explains how to build a mobile blogging application using DreamFactory as the mobile backend, with WordPress and Mailgun used to publish and promote new posts.
As part of an effort to extend the reach of its mobile application development framework into the realm of APIs, Appcelerator today unveiled Appcelerator Arrow.
Microsoft has helped UK indie-pop artist Neon Hitch build a personal API for her fans that she hopes will encourage more young girls to get involved in computer programming.
Apple encourages third-party app developers for Apple Watch to keep interactions brief as part of their attempts to limit the amount of time people spend looking at their wrists.