Google Calendar can be useful to keep mobile track of personal and professional events. A third party SDK authored by Xu Jingxin is available on GitHub. Resources to develop with the Google Calendar SDK include to generate Auth Url, get token, and call APIs. Language information is not visible. Contact Xu for additional details firstname.lastname@example.org
The Twilio-Salesforce Helper Library allows developers to write Apex code to make HTTP requests to the Twilio API. This library can help with tools such as making requests to Twilio's REST API, controlling phone calls and responding to text messages in real time with TwiML, and more.
Greddit is a wrapper for the Reddit API written in Groovy. With this wrapper, the OAuth function can be implemented. Greddit uses a request scheduler for asynchronous calls and to allow the library to enforce a two-calls-per-second limit, which can be disabled. Authored by Steven Smith, documentation can be found on GitHub.
Google Cardboard is an affordable, immersive, and customizable virtual reality hardware component. The Unity SDK enables developers to construct VR apps with Unity from scratch, convert existing apps into VR, and provide a method for turning on and off 3D simulations. The SDK also provides stereo sound rendering and head tracking capabilities.
Reddit.js is a Reddit API browser based wrapper. Reddit.js is authored by Sahil Muthoo, and is a lightweight dependency-free library and it comes with minified source. This wrapper can be found on most of the read-only Reddit API. It makes CORS requests to the Reddit API and only unauthenicated requests are allowed.
The Indico R Wrapper allows users to integrate the Indico API into applications written in R. The wrapper provides access to methods for facial emotion recognition, feature re-representation, language detection, sentiment analysis, and political sentiment analysis. A method for text tagging is coming soon.