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In an innovative move, Nasdaq will launch the pilot test of the new Nasdaq Private Market using Bitcoin’s blockchain technology thanks to Bitcoin startup Chain’s API.
With SAST and DAST scanning tools designed for early 2000’s web applications, it may be time you looked for a more current solution for maintaining your application’s security.
Pixel Labs leveraged three web platform features of Microsoft Edge to create Flight Arcade, a realistic, browser-based flying experience inspired by the original Flight Simulator.
In just 18 months, back-end service provider Playblazer has grown its user base to 23 million game players, who have generated over 2.3 billion API calls on Azure.
Ember.js announced the release of version 1.3, along with 2.0 beta, deprecating some APIs as the framework takes a step toward introducing its improved development model.
When creating an API, consistency and longevity are two important factors that often get overlooked as devs often seek immediate solutions that don’t benefit long-term performance.
In the wake of the notorious "Fappening" hack of celebrities’ private photos in 2014, the FBI stormed the Chicago home of one suspect and seized multiple electronic devices.
Forrester Research has announced the findings of a study it conducted, predicting that international spending on API management solutions will exceed $1 billion per year by 2020.
Feeling let down by Microsoft’s lack of regard for its legacy technologies, one developer who helped build the .net ecosystem is moving on, and encourages other devs to do so too.
A vulnerability in Z-Way’s Angular API means hackers can access and control devices linked to a Z-Wave system. Z-Wave is aware of the exposure, but is leaving security to users.
Using the Mixmoov Video API, developers can build apps that facilitate video creation using MixerFactory’s cloud video rendering engine in the backend.
Apple’s latest initiative combines Spotlight Search and Siri, integrating with Calendars, Maps, Passbook, and third-party apps to provide a highly contextual user experience.
As an unusual candidate, pest control firm Rentokil are making huge technological strides using APIs to drive the creation of applications for use in all areas of the business.