The Twitter MoPub Android SDK, now supported by Twitter as a part of the Fabric developer suite, helps developers integrate advertising solutions into their Android mobile apps. The SDK can be used to add banners, interstitial, and native ads to an application. The SDK also offers conversion tracking and additional services to aid in embedding mobile advertisements.
The Twitter Kit for Android, supported by Twitter as part of the Fabric developer suite, helps developers create Android applications that integrate various Twitter functionalities. The SDK can be used to implement easy Twitter login, composing tweets, displaying tweets, and authentication all from a 3rd party application. The Twitter Kit includes "TwitterCore" for standard login, "TweetUi," for displaying a user's Twitter stream, "TweetComposer," for composing and posting new tweets, and "Digits," a new way that users can verify with Twitter via their mobile phone number over SMS-based authentication.
Crashlytics is a tool for monitoring apps, reading stack traces, and automating notifications upon crashes/errors. The Crashlytics SDK, now supported by Twitter as a part of the Fabric developer suite, helps developers integrate the Crashlytics service into Android apps.
Supported by Microsoft, this SDK allows developers the ability to build Android apps that interface with all functionalities of the Microsoft Office 365 APIs. Using the SDK, developers can implement email, contacts, calendar, file sharing, and discovery service capabilities found in the Office 365 suite into their apps. The Office 365 Android and iOS SDKs are available for download through GitHub.
Create and manage a mobile community with Scringo. This company features engagement, monetization, and gamification tools. The downloads section shows Scringo iOS SDK and Scringo Android SDK. Available guides aim to facilitate customization, while additional resources include steps to integrate with appcelerator projects.
Datameer provides big data analytics solutions. The company offers data integration, data visualization, and smart analytics. Target markets include healthcare, gaming, and hightech industries. The SDK can be found on the site. Additional instructions aim to facilitate installation and integration.
Venmo allows to make and share payments at no cost. The developer site presents a number of resources that could facilitate application creation. That page includes iOS and Android SDKs. The iOS can be found on Github. Along with repository, a visual supplementary guide includes installation, initialization, and contribution sections. Like the iOS, Android's repository can be also found on Github, together with 4 steps to integrate Venmo into an Android app.
Garmin Wellness Connect IQ SDK will be available in the beginning of 2015. For now, the preview can be downloaded from the site. Connect IQ will allow to translate sensor data into new metrics, provide information with widgets, and offer solutions for active lifestyles.
This tutorial shows steps to build a web app with Ask Ziggy, a natural language understanding API. Instructional resources include API portal video demo, code samples, entities, console testing, model evaluation, and API calls. Ask Ziggy aims to facilitate implementation, that could be the reason why the guide displays a visually intuitive method.