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Google has enabled a new feature to the Google Calendar API that enables users to attach Google Drive files to an event. A simple two-step process adds any Drive file to an event.
Dropbox has released a new API endpoint that allows file uploads using only a URL. Similar to Dropbox Saver, the endpoint eliminates the need for file download.
This example will explain how and why I used Nexmo to enable communications in my favorite cloud hosting environment, AWS (Amazon Web Services).
Last month, Twitter announced support for native video uploads. TV search solution provider SnapStream has announced support for native Twitter videos.
Twitter said it will drop the 140-character limit for direct messages in July. In order to do that, it is making changes to its REST and streaming APIs. Here are the details.
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.
At Google I/O 2015, Google announced the Voice Interaction API on Android M. Now, Google has provided more details around the API and how it integrates with third-party 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.
Dropbox made numerous announcements last week aimed at the enterprise and developer communities. Integration, security and administration are key to new releases.
Unwired Labs’ LocationAPI allows developers to instantly locate any mobile device using the cell ID and an algorithm based on an extensive database of WiFi and cell tower objects.
With its AppViews software, URX is making available SDKs and APIs that let developers create a custom interface using the images and metadata in its recommendation engine.
At Google I/O 2015, Google announced a new version of Google Now that can snoop on your application activity without requiring developers to recode their apps.