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Select apps can access Google Now, but Google has not opened up the API to the public yet.
Microsoft announced Windows 10, a sweeping change to its operating system for PCs, tablets and phones. If you were expecting new APIs and SDKs, however, the news isn't good.
DBaaS startup Appbase has announced the public launch of the Appbase platform and real-time, events-based database API. The company is aiming to become a "Twilio for databases."
DreamFactory Software's new support for IBM DB2 databases enables developers to invoke legacy data by using REST APIs.
Developers have taken a shine to Apple's Swift programming language, which can be used instead of Objective-C to write iPhone apps.
Microsoft's Web API Design Jump Start will give developers a full day of intense Web API design and implementation material. The virtual event will happen Feb. 4.
Home automation and control company, Insteon, has released an API that gives developers access to its functionality, allowing them the freedom to build new and innovative apps.
Client-side code is popular with developers, but its disadvantages include insecure scripts that are vulnerable to hacking.
Espresso Logic recently extended the data virtualization capabilities of its backend-as-a-service, which enables developers to access any application using RESTful APIs.
The ECMAScript Internationalization API is designed to let developers of Web applications that serve a global user base more easily implement internationalization.
Mobile backend-as-a-service provider Parse has launched Parse Crash Reporting, to enable iOS and Android developers to more easily record and resolve application crashes.