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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.
Google I/O announcements include API updates that give developers more features within Chromecast, as well as multi-player gaming opportunities with Google Cast.
With the seemingly unstoppable spread of Uber, Addison Lee is attempting to take back market share by integrating APIs to provide a seamless experience for multinational customers.
As Meaningful Use Stage 3 is adopted, the standard for accessing patient information is moving toward an API-driven Health IT ecosystem that could see the end of patient portals.
Growth in IoT devices means more user data is being collected by vendors and accessed by third parties. Here are five things worth considering when accessing data using OAuth 2.0.
To promote the upcoming release of The Witcher 3 for GameStop, The Marketing Arm created a virtual monster hunt that takes place in real locations, thanks to Google Maps APIs
The impending new rule in European banking (PSD2) brings in mandatory access to bank accounts via APIs in a move that most banking institutions may not be ready for.
Above a mosque in the Ghanaian slum of Nima, young girls are taught coding in the hope it will help pave their way to university and challenge the social conventions of the nation.