The Nav SDK by Cloudmade is designed for developers to implement customizable tools into mobile devices for use in automobile navigation. Developed from the ground up, the Nav SDK supports multiple software platforms, compatible with Linux, QNX, Android, iOS, WinCE, and Windows Phone. The SDK is flexible enough to be implemented into various hardware platforms such as wearables, smartphone, and a car's dashboard control panel. Integrating 3rd party APIs for data sources is possible, and the SDK comes compatible with all major map providers. Some main features this hybrid offline/online SDK specializes in is route calculating, re-routing, voice control, and displaying traffic data.
Paphus Libre is an SDK that helps developers integrate the BOT libre!, FORUMS libre!, LIVE CHAT libre!, and Paphus Live Chat services into their websites and mobile applications. The SDK includes Java and Android resources and is available under the Eclipse Public License.
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.
lastfm-java is a wrapper designed to make it easier for developers to access Last.fm's functions from Java applications. The wrapper allows developers to invoke Last.fm API methods, cache data returned by the API methods, scrobble songs to a Last.fm profile, or tune in to a Last.fm radio station.
Bing Maps Java SDK provides a Java wrapper to Microsoft's Bing Maps API. This allows developers to access the API's methods for searching for points of interest, getting driving directions, matching addresses to the map, and more. This project is currently open for adoption as the creator no longer has time to maintain it.
The flickrj-android library is designed to wrap the Flickr API and provide improved support for Android and the Google App Engine. This library also supports Java 5 syntax and the new Flickr OAuth authentication model.