U.S. Department of Labor Android SDK by U.S. Department of Labor

Use this Java SDK to access U.S. Department of Labor data for integration into Android apps. Access datasets like: workplace injury and illness rates, mine accident info, employment and wages reports, consumer price indexes, geographic information (states, counties, and congressional districts), and much more. See the API documentation for detailed instructions on how to get started and extensive code samples.
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Gem Bitcoin Java Library by BitVault

The Gem Bitcoin Java Library by BitVault allows developers to access the Gem Bitcoin API from their Java applications. Developers will need Gradle in order to build the project.
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Heroku Java SDK by Heroku

The Heroku Java SDK by Heroku allows developers to deploy and scale Ruby apps in the cloud. The SDK is written in Java.
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April 14, 2015

BrainTree Java SDK by Braintree

The Braintree Java SDK allows for the collection of credit card and PayPal payments in applications. This SDK is written in Java.
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April 14, 2015

BrainTree Android SDK by Braintree

The Android SDK allows for the collection of credit card and PayPal payments in applications. This SDK is written in Java.
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April 14, 2015

BeanStream Java SDK by BeanStream

The BeanStream Java SDK allows for credit card, cash and check transactions. The SDK is written in Java.
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April 14, 2015