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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.
Microsoft announced availability of the ORTC API preview for Edge. ORTC API support is not yet available in other browsers which may pose some difficulties for app developers.
We've added seven APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Video, Collaboration, and Mapping. Here's a summary of the latest additions.
Google's App Indexing API sits at the core of Google's ability to retrieve data from web apps. With more information available, Google provides a rankings boost for use of the API.
Twitter has announced stylistic changes to its Tweet and Follow buttons. The API changes associated could affect developers tracking shared Tweets.
Today, Pinterest announced that its API is publicly available and launched a sandbox that allows developers to more easily test integrations with its API.
Google has announced the pending termination of CSV download scripts. Last month, Google announced the Search Analytics API, which will take the downloads scripts place.
The new Bing-related API from Microsoft will let developers integrate Bing search directly into their own apps, which touts the benefit of keeping users engaged.
Access to Google's unpublished Autocomplete API ends today. Google announced the end of such API access in July. Google CSE serves as the alternative moving forward.
Dynamsoft announced Dynamic Web TWAIN v11 support of HTML5 in IE for Windows and Chrome, Safari and Firefox on Mac, enabling users to scan documents in these HTML5-based browsers.
Google will restrict access to an unofficial, unpublished Autocomplete API that developers have used to integrate autocomplete search functionality within their own applications.
EFI announced API access to its Fiery digital front-end platform. The Fiery API allows service providers to integrate Fiery servers with existing IT infrastructure.
Shortly after Twitter ended Meerkat's API access, Meerkat transitioned to Facebook for sign-up and social media features. Meerkat also launched sharing and storage features.
This article highlights companies using deep learning-based computer vision technology and/or providing platforms featuring automatic photo tagging and classification services.