Kwwika is a real-time push notification, messaging and data distribution service that lets you instantly push information to, and receive information from, any device connected to the Internet. Kwwika works with any web-enabled device - from a desktop computer to a refrigerator, a smartphone to a games console, a satelite to a television.
Kwwika provides you with everything you need to communicate in real-time in solutions such as a real-time messaging application, real-time push application, real-time API, cross platform multiplayer games service or anything else you can think of. We provide the infrastructure and the client APIs so that you can concerntrate on realising your application or solution.
The debate over RSS never seems to end. 2011 kicked off with a widely read post predicting the decreasing influence of RSS in 2010. There have been responses from Fred Wilson and GigaOM that argue it is still relevant today. We believe that it continues to be a solid mechanism for web sites to aggregate data from multiple sources, as displayed by the 121 RSS APIs in our directory. In this post, we'll look at RSS beyond blog syndication.
The number of services offering real-time APIs is slowly but surely expanding and it looks like we're going to have to add quite a few more. Since the start of the year a new type of service has started to appear--client push services, which help developers include real-time updates in their web apps.
1Password is an online password manager. 1Password Events API offers streaming notifications of events about sign-ins and usage with contextual data, including users, clients, cursors, UUID, and more...