Following an all night hack, a spirited game of 2 am laser tag, a voting finale in speed-geek format (think speed dating for hackers), and with the support and advice of over 15 developer evangelists from some of the leading API providers, the winners of ProgrammableWeb’s first APIcon hackathon were announced yesterday at APIcon. Winners included two security camera apps, an automated travel expenditure app for the connected car, and a machine language chat support client. Teams were given one main criteria (to use as many of the sponsored APIs as possible) and encouraged to unleash their creativity.
Mojio APIs (2)
||The Mojio Push API is a RESTful interface that lets developers to get real-time notifications whenever conditions are met for events that happen to an entity e.g. a vehicle, connected car. With this...||Notifications||01.08.2015|
||Mojio has created an always-on, cellular and GPS device that plugs in to newer vehicles and connects them to smartphones via a Mojio app. The app helps drivers monitor their vehicle's action and...||Internet of Things||06.12.2014|
In one of the most exciting API product announcements from Day One of APIcon, connected car platform Mojio presented details of their upcoming cellular device for vehicle analytics and talked through the potential of their API offering.
Mojio's upcoming cellular device can send a stream of data that relays trip behavior and vehicle analytics to the Mojio platform. Developers can use the data via an API to create third-party apps.