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Slack is a team collaboration, messaging and chat platform. Its Real Time Messaging API allows developers to embed this real-time chat functionality within clients.
Developers have taken a shine to Apple's Swift programming language, which can be used instead of Objective-C to write iPhone apps.
Sony has released the Sony Lifelog API, encouraging developers to build third-party applications that will help create a vibrant Sony wearable ecosystem.
This part of the 2014 mobile API year in review looks at Apple's highlights, many centered around iOS 8 and the release of HealthKit, Watchkit, HomeKit and much more.
This part of the 2014 mobile API year in review looks at Google's highlights including YouTube on Android, improvements to the Google Maps APIs, a foray into health data and more.
This part of the 2014 mobile API year in review looks at Facebook's highlights including improvements to Parse, updates to the Graph API, Facebook Login and more.
This part of the 2014 mobile API year in review looks at Twitter's highlights including the Fabric platform with heavy contributions from Crashlytics, mobile monetization and more.
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.
Built.io has announced early access to Flow, an upcoming cloud integration and data orchestration platform for the Internet of APIs.
In the next evolution of the Andoid Auto platform, Google plans to skip the smartphone link and bring Android Auto directly into the vehicle dashboard.
Anxious to ride the wearables train to success, Sony will launch a business and sports-targeted competitor to Google Glass along with an SDK so developers can customize it.
Suhas Uliyar, vice president of mobile strategy for Oracle, talks about the possible emergence of multiple tiers of cloud computing services across the enterprise in 2015.