EyeFace SDK v3.9.0

Eyedea, a recognition service located in Czech Republic, has released the Eyeface SDK, a kit for developers interested to detect faces, analyze age and gender, and detect eyes, nose, and mouth. The SDK works with C/C++ libraries for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X environments. The possibilities of this SDK include to target advertising, count people, and analyze profiles. Eyedea claims to be obsessed with accuracy, optimization, flexibility and speed.
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September 12, 2014

Smartsheet Apex Toolkit for Salesforce SDK

Smartsheet is an online project management company that provides an SDK for Salesforce.com, a cloud based CRM enterprise. The site displays links to access source code and documents on Github and to download an unmanaged package. When users visit Github, they will notice that the Apex Toolkit offers a class library that interacts with the Smartsheet API. This API supports a REST interface to Smartsheet data. In addition, when users install the package, they will note that signup is required to connect with Salesforce.com.
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September 11, 2014

HiDrive Android SDK

HiDrive is a cloud storage service. The HiDrive Android SDK allows an easy way to integrate an Android app with the HiDrive cloud storage platform. Interfacing with the HiDrive the API, Android developers are able to integrate tools such as user login, uploading files for storage, reading and writing files, performing file compression, creating picture thumbnails, as well as other functions. The API is free to incorporate into 3rd party applications or web-apps, and uses OAuth 2 for authentication. The Android SDK comes equipped with a sample RandomThumnail Android app as a tutorial on how to integrate with the HiDrive platform.
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September 11, 2014

Guild Wars 2 API C/C++ Library Project

The Guild Wars 2 API C/C++ Library Project provides methods for sending and receiving data from the Guild Wars 2 API's servers in C and C++. Methods for handling Items and Guilds are currently missing.
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September 1, 2014

AllJoyn

AllSeenAlliance is the 11th Linux Foundation Collaborative Project, aiming to ease communication between various devices and democratize the IOT. The AllJoyn SDK suite by AllSeen Alliance allows devices within close proximity to find and communicate with one another using peer to peer networks. The SDK comes with various API language bindings to comply with a diverse array of operating systems and chipsets. The SDK is written in C & C++ for compatibility with various use cases. Supported operating systems include: Android, Thin Client, iOS and OS/X, Linux, Unity, and Windows 7.
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August 15, 2014

Thalmic Myo

Thalmic Labs has developed Myo, a gesture control arm band that interprets electronic impulses of muscle actions to wirelessly control devices. They have an SDK/Framework for creating applications that can communicate with the armband. In addition to the SDK, Thalmic plans on soon releasing open source APIs to garner a community of developer support and interest.
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July 29, 2014

Flickcurl

Flickcurl is a library for implementing the Flickr API in C. This library supports the entire Flickr API, including functions for browsing, searching, and uploading photos and videos. It comes with a program called flickrdf that turns a photo's metadata, tags, machine tags, and places into RDF triples descriptions.
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July 14, 2014

KeyLemon

Developers can use the KeyLemon SDK to integrate biometric technology into a variety of software applications where a security check is required. It accept features, gender, head pose, and more attributes for facial identification that can be used for user confirmation or imposter detection. The SDK is in C language allowing library integration with all common languages. It comes with a documentation complete with sample codes for the main functionalities. Supported platforms include Windows, MacOSX, Linux, Android, and iOS.
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July 7, 2014