The Apple WatchKit SDK site by Apple, has released the Xcode with iOS SDK to build applications, Glances, and notifications for Apple Watch. With SDK development, clients could receive notifications directly to their watches targeted to their best interests. Besides Xcode, users have access to videos, guides, tutorials, and forums. Apple suggests that developers can build with the latest SDK while running the app on a previous OS. The reason why is because this particular setting is independent of the Base SDK build setting.
The Internet runs on standards. Without standards, we wouldn't have the Domain Name System (DNS) which resolves hostnames to Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, or the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) which served up this very web page. Even web service APIs, which can vary wildly depending on the back-end service, depend on standards like XML and JSON to make third-party development possible. And now, the W3C is jumping into the fray with a Working Draft for a general webapp Push API.
All across the application integration landscape, we’re starting to see the rise of citizen integrators, classes of end users who have enough skills to integrate data without the aid of a developer. The latest provider of an integration platform to cater to these citizen developers is Informatica, which has unveiled an Intelligent Data Platform that allows end users to take advantage of graphical tools to integrate various data sets on their own.