Facebook may be this year's most-discussed tech IPO, but last year certainly belonged to LinkedIn. The company, which is turning a modest profit, also has expanded its developer offerings. With that came many more developers to the LinkedIn API, more than doubling the number of registered devs in less than a year. And those apps created on the platform account for billions of API requests each month going to business social network.
Taplister, assisting craft beer connoisseurs find beer nearby since 2009, announced "its new nationwide craft beer discovery platform that helps bars and restaurants promote and socialize their beer selection across digital outlets with one update." The platform allows restaurants to update their beer menus in a single location and have the latest version published across its web properties (e.g. website, Twitter, Facebook, digital signage, etc.).
Nothing on a social website gets old faster than looking at the default avatar. That's the square graphic meant to represent a user who hasn't uploaded a photo. There's nothing to be done about this, right? Think again: there's an API that can give all your users a unique graphic.