TextKey's JAVA library allows you to use REST API calls server-side from a Java backend. TextKey is an omni-factor authentication API that uses seven-factors of authentication to provide security for devices ranging from mobile to electronic door locks. TextKey works through using SMS service, unique code, cellular number, UDID, a single use URL, and an optional pin. TextKey uses Rest with a JSON response and SOAP. TextKey is free for ten users, and available for a monthly charge per user thereafter.
This SDK allows mobile developers to build Android apps that interface with Mendeley. The SDK will authenticate and take care of most Mendeley API calls. Mendeley is a platform that allows scholars to share and collaborate on scientific research.
With Layar SDK, developers can implement interactive printing to Android and iOS applications. This kit includes the Layar Vision tool and the Geo Location functionality with the aim to present Augmented Reality to the user. Some of the content supported includes 3D models, animations, HTML widgets, image carousels, and augmented reality videos. The SDK is free for 30 days until a Key is purchased.
With Carriots, programmers can create products and services using the IoT platform in 5 steps: connecting devices, collecting data, managing devices, building apps, and running the applications on Carriots platform. The SDK was created with Groovy, a language for the Java platform. In particular, the SDK can be used in listener's expressions, rule scripts, and Carriots test console.
MindMeld Android SDK site shows interface summary with respective interfaces and descriptions along with class summary with corresponding classes and descriptions. The majority of API calls and requests can be made from the MMApp class. Specific functionality is contained in the other model classes. Developers can find guides, parameters, and sample codes in the site. The YouTube video, "Getting Started With the MindMeld Android SDK" displays instructions to install the kit.
The Dropbox Core API SDKs provide developers with several platform SDKs that they can import into their development environment. Developers can choose from different platform-specific libraries that wrap the raw HTTP calls to the Dropbox API. The SDKs are designed to shorten the distance between application and Dropbox integration. Supported languages & operating systems include:Python, Ruby, PHP, Java, Android, iOS, & OS X.
The MindMeld Android SDK by Expect Labs is a set of development tools that enable developers to add voice-driven search to their Android applications. The most important functionality of this development kit is contained in the MMApp class. The ManagedObject class is the main object, handling most API functionality.
This Java library may be used to call the Google Kubernetes API from an application written in Java. This software is Licensed under the Apache Software Foundation. Kubernetes is a container cluster manager made by Google that is optimized for Google Cloud Platform and is open source and free to implement. Across predetermined node instances, Kubernetes is able to schedule container replicas. A master instance will call the Kubernetes API in order to define tasks. Developers can customize the number and type of containers to be created according to the circumstance.