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.
References of MindMeld SDK are available for developers in the documentation site. The majority of API calls and responses are made from the MMApp object. In the sample applications section, programmers can find code and examples. In addition, users can find API documentation and parameters in the developer console. The YouTube video, "Getting Started With the MindMeld iOS SDK" shows 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 iOS SDK by Expect Labs is a set of development tools that enable developers to add voice-driven search to their iOS application. The most important functionality of this SDK is found in the MMApp Object, as most calls and requests are made from here.
Klout SDKs and Wrappers make up a set of development kits that developers can use to develop 3rd party applications. The SDK supports a variety of languages (Java, Node.js, Objective-C, PHP, Python, & Ruby), allowing developers the ability to choose the compatible language and framework. The site also provides developers with other OAuth and KloutPass Tools that are contributed by the Klout developer community.
How-to: How to use the Sense IoT Platform Library into iOS apps
Sense iOS platform aims to add context awareness to iOS applications. The tutorial explains how to enable sensors, how to receive CommonSense data, and how to give feedback to the sensors. In the site, users can see a guide to install, an example code, documentation, and known issues. Developers can find the code library on GitHub where they will also find the contact information of the submitter.
Feed.Fm iOS SDK offers DMCA (digital millennium compliant act) radio within iOS applications. Users can have access to the FMAudioPlayer through the Feed Media API. The site offers a list of guided steps that include definitions, files, FMAudioPlayer, and additional resources.