Users of the Buffer app and Buffer API can now schedule status updates to LinkedIn, in addition to Twitter and Facebook, from a single publishing interface. Buffer, the web-based service that allows its users to write tweets and status updates ahead of time and then schedule their posts throughout the day, has extended its service to include the professional networking platform LinkedIn.
A cornerstone feature of any Web application is the login page. This article take you step by step through the process of adding phone number powered second factor authentication (2FA) to a Web application by taking advantage of Nexmo's Verify API. This tutorial requires knowledge of PHP.
This tutorial on Appnovation shows followers how to access a SOAP API backend from a RAML API frontend by reverse engineering a MuleSoft Web Services Consumer example. The author provides step-by-step notes and the source code is available in the APIKit Console hosted on CloudHub.