Stream SDK offers developers a backend-as-a-service platform for their mobile applications. Developers can use mobile and web APIs to store basic data types, files, categories, send push notifications, and query data. An interface is designed for developer to manage all objects. Developers can use the data browser to view data and upload large amounts of data that will later be consumed in a mobile app, download recent data to run their own custom analytics.
Stream has announced that its React, React Native, Flutter, and Android (Kotlin, Java, & Jetpack Compose) SDKs have been updated for native support of app localization (l10n) and internationalization (i18on). These advancements greatly enhance the platform's ability to support global products.
Stream.IO, a provider of chat and activity feed services, has announced updates to the company’s Chat SDKs for Android and iOS that add new features and improve network performance. The Stream Chat Android SDK is now on version 4.6.0 and the iOS SDK moves to 3.1.0.