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Pokémon Go has become a runaway hit and many developers are showing their enthusiasm for the game by reverse engineering the private, internal Pokémon Go API and creating unofficial third-party apps. The current situation of the Pokémon Go API exemplifies mobile API security concerns.
Visa has opened the submission process for the next edition of The Everywhere Initiative. The next phase is open to startups in Australia and New Zealand that will respond to one of three challenges that use Visa APIs to improve commerce experiences. Visa will accept responses through August 26th.
With Pokémon GO seemingly taking over the world as players walk around in search of the virtual creatures, one developer used the Watson Visual Recognition API to analyse screen shots of the app to locate nearby Pokémon, winning Best Use of Watson challenge at the AT&T Shape Tech Expo Hackathon.
GE Predix Industrial IoT Developer Tool Kits are coming soon and the first to be released will run on Intel Edison. Developer Tool Kits for Raspberry Pi and GE Field Agent will also eventually be made available as well as industry-specific Predix Tool Kits such as solar energy and mining.
As Apple Music continues to grow, the Apple Music API is allowing developers to add music features to their iOS apps to improve the user experience. This tutorial shows followers how to build a real-time radio station application to begin broadcasting tracks and receiving user feedback.
HelloSign has announced several feature updates to the HelloSign API aimed to improve the experience of developers, requesters, and signers. HelloSign API updates include unlimited templates for testing, API request limit per hour has been increased, custom redirect capability, and more.
Nintendo, once a name synonymous with video game innovation and dominance, is back in the spotlight thanks to Pokémon Go. Now, it has merged its developer programs into a single portal, suggesting that the company could be looking to include independent game developers in its comeback plans.
The microservices architecture continues to grow in popularity as it enables the scalability and flexibility necessary to serve the modern marketplace. Saba Anees discusses some key considerations for migrating your existing monolithic architecture to a more streamlined microservices one.
The number and variety of services around Uber’s offering continues to grow thanks to its API platform that allows third-party developers to build innovative services and applications on top of Uber’s resources. Gordon Wintrob speaks to Andrew Noonan, Partner Engineer at Uber, about the platform.
ProgrammableWeb is constantly looking to evolve the data model behind its API directory to keep pace with changes in the API economy. We also want it to be forward looking in anticipation of developers' and API providers' future needs. This primer explains our new data model and how to work with it.
APIs are the backbone of many government led open data initiatives. France is now joining the ranks of governments providing better and easier services to the public via the use of APIs. API.gouv.gr is an API portal with 15 APIs that allows for the embedding of government services.
At Google I/O 2016, Google announced the Awareness API that would enable apps to use and react to a user's context. Then, the API was available to a limited pool of integration partners. Google has now opened the API to all developers so all apps can leverage context like location and activity.
Google made several new tools available to Android developers, including the Text API and version 3 of the Google Cast SDK. The former adds optical character recognition technology for several languages, while the latter makes it far easier to add Google cast technology to mobile apps.
Fabric, Twitter's mobile development platform, has added deep linking capabilties thanks to a newly launched integration with Branch, a deep linking and attribution tool. Twitter launched Fabric in 2014 with the goal of helping developers more easily build robust mobile apps.
The number of available web search APIs has been reduced in recent months; Google and Yahoo have shut down a number of their web search APIs. This is the first part of a two-part article covering the state of web search APIs. The second part highlights search APIs provided by Google and Microsoft.
This is part two of a two-part article covering the current state of Web search APIs. This article takes a look at the Web search tools/APIs provided by Google and Microsoft. Article includes comparison charts highlighting some of the key differences between Google and Microsoft search tools/APIs.
Facebook’s photo tagging suggestion feature automatically recognises friends’ faces in a photo to make it fast and easy to tag people you know on the platform. In this tutorial, Narendra Rajput deconstructed the process to see how it works, then wrote a small Ruby script to automate the process.
Fog Creek Software has announced the release of HyperDev (beta), a platform that developers can use to build web applications and experiment with front-end and back-end code without having to configure servers, run shell commands, compile files, and complete other extraneous tasks.
Google has released a new version of the Android SDK, which contains the final set of APIs for Android N. Developers can now add N behaviors to their apps. Along with the APIs and SDK, Google also pushed out a fourth Android N Developer Preview. The beta operating system is ready for download.