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Facebook announced new tools that broadcasters can use to better interact with a TV audience. The API-driven tools provide new points of engagement, decision, and display.
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.
This how-to details what a Python developer needs to know to create an application that integrates with and consumes the Facebook Graph API.
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.
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.
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.
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.
See how Kocomojo enabled marketers with the Google Maps API and beacons to create geo-targeted and hyper-local boundaries that trigger campaigns on customer smartphones.
Salesforce has announced App Cloud, a new platform that provides tools and services for CIOs and other IT professionals to quickly build connected enterprise applications.
Mondo, a UK-based startup that claims to be "building a smart bank from the ground up" is looking for hackers to test the first iteration of its API.
Use this quickstart tutorial from Google Developers to build a simple iOS application that makes requests to Gmail’s API, which provides fine-grained access to Gmail features.