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Red Hat to Acquire 3scale

... by mobile, the Internet of Things (IoT), and other trends, have further heightened the need for API management. 3scale was founded in 2007 with a goal of enabling organizations of all sizes to create, manage, and use APIs in a Web-enabled world where APIs became paramount. Today, 3scale offers a hybrid cloud based API management ...

Autodesk Announces New Forge Platform APIs and Forge Fund Investments

... tools and software for the development of smart products and IoT applications, has connected Autodesk applications such as Fusion 360 and Fusion Connect with the Seebo platform creating a product design framework where users can drag and drop sensors, Bluetooth, accelerometers, GPS, and other components. ProgrammableWeb reached out to Scott Reese, VP ...

Daily API RoundUp: Google My Business, Stackshare, Netbeast, Facebook Insights, Bot APIs

... API is a builder platform for automating the deployment of IoT applications. The API uses automated dashboard controls to synchronize the functioning of IoT devices and appliances. The multifunctional attributes of the API stretch to OS hosting capabilities for embedded devices such as Beaglebone and Raspberry Pi. The Netbeast API is listed under the ...

Twilio Unveils Cellular Communications Platform for Developers

... explained that there are only a few options today for IoT devices to connect to the internet including Bluetooth, WiFi, and cellular. These options are not ideal when it comes to communications since they only work where there's a router. Cellular technology is a better option, however, gaining access to cellular technology can be difficult for ...

In Alienating Developers and End-Users, Are IoT Vendors Headed for a Trainwreck?

... is trying to control rather than an Internet of Things (IoT) that are openly accessible via APIs over that infinitely more programmable platform; the Internet.  In fairness, there could be a developer story behind the announcement. But, neither the announcement nor the company's Web site for the initiative ( getgro.com ) contain anything inviting to ...