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Diffbot today unveiled a new Discussions API that provides developers with access to conversations taking place through comments, forums and reviews.
Zuckerberg spoke about “Facebook's family of apps” backed by a stable and secure infrastructure, and launched a new app development platform called the “Messenger Platform” at F8.
Announced this week at Facebook's F8 Developer Conference, Messenger Platform and Businesses On Messenger give developers new ways to engage consumers.
Google Cloud Storage Nearline provides online cold storage with anytime access within seconds at a low price.
After Facebook announced a versioning strategy last year, it adopted the scheme for its Marketing API. Two versions remain available for the 90-day deprecation period.
Dropbox yesterday announced it is rolling out advanced team-management capabilities through Groups, which will be available to its Dropbox for Business customers.
Game server platform service provider GameUp has expanded login options for developers. Users can sign in via a social network, anonymously, or via a GameUp login.
CloudRail, the cloud storage provider, has extended their Universal API with the addition of a Box.com integration and the release of an SDK for Node.js.
Social APIs span a wide range of capabilities and meet wide-ranging criteria for organizations. These APIs rank among the best in the category.
LinkedIn today announced major changes to its developer program that will see a number of now-public APIs become accessible only to select LinkedIn partners.
Facebook has announced a tool that migrates an app to Graph API v2.0 with the flip of a button. The tool eliminates the need for new code or redeployment.
Google last week announced the beta release of Google Container Registry, a service for secure hosting, sharing and management of private container repositories.
A new survey conducted by Bitcasa suggests that many developers either find cloud storage APIs too limiting or don’t want to share information about their users with cloud vendors.