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Google will restrict access to an unofficial, unpublished Autocomplete API that developers have used to integrate autocomplete search functionality within their own applications.
This tutorial shows you how to create a Node.js web application that prints and mails an Instagram photo. It uses Express.js as the framework and the Instagram and Lob Print APIs.
New betas of iOS 9, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, and Xcode 7 are available for download from Apple. Developers are encouraged to update their test builds.
Cloud-based mobile app develop platform and MBaaS provider Appery.io has integrated the open source Ionic SDK to help developers build hybrid mobile apps more easily.
The latest update to Facebook's Graph API gives developers more say over when and how they opt into new features. Facebook also updated its Android and iOS SDKs.
Mobile intelligence solution Quettra focuses on personalizing mobile experiences through understanding users' interactions with their phones.
This article highlights companies using deep learning-based computer vision technology and/or providing platforms featuring automatic photo tagging and classification services.
We've added 3 APIs to the directory today in the Contacts, Payments, and Search categories as well as client libraries for RingCaptcha authentication services and eBay.
We’ve added 6 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Healthcare, Authentication, and eCommerce, among others. Also added were client libraries for the Instagram API.
Last month, Twitter announced support for native video uploads. TV search solution provider SnapStream has announced support for native Twitter videos.
At the WWDC Keynote, Apple’s Craig Federighi had announced that in iOS 9 there will be new APIs to allow app makers to add deeper and richer search powers within their apps.
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.