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Algorithmia's live, crowdsourced API is designed to make it easier for developers to create, discover and use algorithms from within the open marketplace.
H2O, a Machine learning company, has recently released a new Python API for its predictive analytics platform, Sparkling Water.
Apigee plans to extend the reach of Apigee 127 to include Java and, by extension, a wider range of platforms in and out of the cloud.
2015 should bring with it a more disciplined approach to building mobile computing applications in the enterprise by relying more on back-end-as-a-service (BaaS) platform.
Open source Meteor application development framework closes in on 200,000 unique installs.
OwnCloud provides a simpler way for developers to build applications spanning multiple repositories inside and out of the enterprise.
VIMOC Technologies has open sourced sensor hardware design in order to help grow smart cities infrastructure and enable use of its Landscape-Computing API platform.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) submits an Amicus curiae to the Supreme Court with the hope of salvaging the future of open APIs.
Redis Labs' new sharding technology features let API providers scale transactional pace across multiple distributed data stores.
YouTube launched YouTube WatchMe for Android, which is available on GitHub. The app makes it possible for developers to integrate YouTube Live Streaming into Android apps.
Deployment of open source API management platform to bring about loosely coupled services in the cloud.
Online learning company Versal has launched an open developer program that aims to help developers build "learning gadgets" that enable teachers to build online courses.
CenturyLink announces the release of Panamax, an open-source Docker management platform. With Panamax, developers can create, share and deploy Docker-containerized applications.