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It's day two at GitHub Universe 2019. Today is all about security. The day two keynote saw many announcements related to securing code including GitHub Security Lab, CodeQL, GitHub Security Advisories, automated security updates, GitHub Advisory Database, token scanning, and more.
With API design often dictating the provision of machine-readable data, Postman notes the difficulty with visualization of this data in a manner that is easily digestible by humans. With the announcement of Postman Visualizer, the company hopes to solve this.
GitHub's annual developer conference, GitHub Universe, takes place this week in San Francisco. Per usual, the conference is full of GitHub product news. Particular announcements to note this year include the general availability of Actions and Packages and the beta release of GitHub mobile.
Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Payments, Financial, and Monetization. Highlights include new APIs from Western Union, an API for comparing currencies, and an API for managing employee benefits. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Amazon added many tools and features to the Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) in October. From new languages and personalization capabilities, to better metric data and expanded regional support, check out a complete list of updates below. Amazon publishes monthly updates on the Alexa blog.
TikTok is expanding the editing platforms from which content providers can publish to TikTok with the Share to TikTok SDK. At launch, seven platforms are available for integration including Enlight Videoleap, Plotaverse, PicsArt, Momento GIF Maker, Medal.tv, Fuse.it, and Adobe Premiere Rush.
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things, Transcription and Identity. Included in this roundup is an API that helps application users to read lips and an API that returns the world's IoT data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Altus Group, commercial real estate software and solution provider, announced its Argus API. Argus is a suite of APIs that connects third parties to Altus group solutions through the Argus cloud. To launch, Altus group has partnered with a group of commercial real estate tech providers.
Although usage for the product has significantly decreased since its introduction at Google I/O, and Google is no longer actively building the Google VR SDK, Google believes Google Cardboard provides a great deal of value to the budding VR industry.
During Day 1 of the GraphQL Summit in San Francisco, Victor Quinn, Head of Engineering at Knotel reported in an exclusive interview with ProgrammableWeb that his company has achieved success and also had challenges using Apollo Federation to transform the way company uses GraphQL.
Stripe introduced a CLI. The CLI should eliminate all the back and forth between terminal, code editor and dashboard that developers are accustomed to when developing and testing Stripe integrations. The CLI includes webhook and API log testing as well as API object creation and updates.
At the GraphQL Summit James Baxley, Engineering Manager of the Open-Source and Solutions Architecture Team at Apollo GraphQL announced new initiatives for CLI and Editor Tooling during an exclusive interview with ProgrammableWeb. These improvements are a result of ongoing end-user feedback.
Habito launched an API that partners use to leverage Habito's remortgaging algorithms. Habito has the ability to search over 20,000 products for the best options available for borrowers looking to remortgage. With the API, partner companies can include this functionality in their apps and sites.
If a developer wanted to create applications that are focused on pets, livestock, wildlife or other animals, they need look no farther than the Animal category on ProgrammableWeb for the best APIs. In this article we offer details about the most popular API choices from the Animal category.
Seventeen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Payments, Security, and TV. Highlights include an API that returns data about the Breaking Bad TV show, and an API for Mattermost team messaging platform. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
The CEO of Apollo GraphQL predicted the rise of Omni Channel API development in an interview with ProgrammableWeb during the GraphQL Summit 2019 in San Francisco CA. Schmidt pointed out that the trend in application development is to move toward interaction styles that are natural to the end-user.
Facebook introduced v5.0 of both its Graph and Marketing APIs. Most of the changes were to the Marketing API. The Marketing API includes a brand new API: the Ad Volume API. The API will help advertisers understand the number of ads they are running, and help comply with upcoming policy changes.
During Day 1 of GraphQL Summit, Tanmai Gopal, CEO, and co-founder of Hasura introduced his company’s declarative approach to creating GraphQL APIs during an exclusive interview with ProgammableWeb. Hasura is an open-source solution that provides complete support for the GraphQL specification.
At the GraphQL Summit, being held in San Francisco, Matt DeBergalis, Co-Founder, CTO at Apollo announced the release of the Apollo Client 3.0. Apollo Client is a development tool that reduces the labor involved in creating client-side GUI applications that interact with server-side GraphL APIs.