VitaDock is an application that lets users measure, read and manage their vital data on mobile devices including iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. This data includes measurements of blood sugar, blood pressure, fever and blood analysis.
The VitaDock Online API allows synchronization with any user using VitaDock medical devices. The API is based on the Open Authentication standard with which users can connect their web, mobile or desktop application to. Documentation and support are provided for developers.
Of the many APIs we published this week, six were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll launch those six into the spotlight, which included the Flexpaper API. Flexpaper is an open source document viewer. Functionality allows documents to be annotated: highlighted, commented, underlined, and drawn on. The API displays in HTML, HTML5, Adobe Flash or any combination of the three.
VitaDock includes a family of software applications and physical monitors that allow users to monitor vital data across multiple devices. VitaDock Online enables synchronization of VitaDock data (e.g. blood sugar, weight, temperature, etc.) between multiple apps and mobile devices. VitaDock Online released an the VitaDock API that allows developers to connect apps and websites to VitaDock Online.
BrainBit is a wearable EEG headband that enables monitoring brain activity for enhancing daily routines. The BrainBit API is indirectly accessible via SDKs for developers to integrate brain activity...