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During MuleSoft's annual conference in San Francisco, the company announced the June 2017 "Crowd" release of its Anypoint Platform. The new version is designed to help organizations capitalize on the re-usability of developer assets like APIs by making them easier to promote, discover, and consume.
At F8 -- Facebook's annual developer conference -- the company's engineers announced a new version of React with a core designed to optimize the performance of applications that are written with the framework. The new core, React Fiber, is better at scheduling tasks based on what the user is doing.
With well more than half of the Web's traffic now starting with a mobile device of some sort, Google is looking to keep the pressure on when it comes to improving the performance of mobile Web apps. So, now it's starting a certification program so developers can prove their proficiency to customers.
The amount of data captured for analysis is increasing all the time. Often this data is fed into multiple systems that need to analyze, process, persist or perform other operations with it. It is important that these systems make sure that sensitive data is identified and redacted.
Google has released the first developer preview of Android O, and it's chock full of new APIs. Google plans to test the platform for up to six months before the public release, so developers have plenty of time to learn all the ins and outs of Android O. Here's what you need to know.
Twitter announced the Periscope Producer API, which will give third-party apps the ability to authenticate Periscope accounts and let people push live video from just about anywhere. The idea is to make it easier to share video from just about any device and reduce pain points for end users.
MuleSoft, known for its Anypoint Platform solution for managing APIs and managing integrations between everything from enterprise apps to the Internet of Things, went public on the New York Stock Exchange today. The company priced its stock at $17.00 and closed its first day of trading at $24.75.
NodeSource has announced the general availability of its Certified Modules for Node.js. NodeSource Certified Modules provides an evaluation of publicly available Node.js modules to ensure that each module meets specific criteria related to security, license compliance, and package integrity.
Google's Cloud Video Intelligence API makes it possible to scan and search videos for nearly anything thanks to machine learning. Google says the tool relies on a simple REST API that can peek at every single frame in videos hosted in Google Cloud Storage. It may alter content discovery in video.
This past September, Dwolla launched its Same Day ACH Pilot Program which offers members advanced access to Same Day ACH. Yesterday Dwolla announced that Same Day ACH is now out of pilot and available to all approved Access API partners and Same Day ACH has been added to the Dwolla Access API.
Google says Android Studio 2.3 is all about the little things. The company took pains to clean up its Android app developer platform while also introducing a small number of new features and tools. The result, hopes Google, will be happier developers and better apps for Android smartphones.
Citi expanded its API portfolio with access to its CitiConnect platform. CitiConnect allows users to streamline cash management needs. The CitiConnect API grants access to the entire CitiConnect platform from ERP and treasury management systems. Citi expects lowered risk and reduced costs in turn.
Amazon Alexa, the voice-controlled artificial intelligence behind the Amazon Echo and Echo Dot in-home speakers, has amassed a whopping 10,000 skills. Skills are features, tool, actions, or abilities enabled by developers. As such, Amazon is saying a big Thank You! to its supporters.
Adobe announced the unveiling of its cloud-based digital signatures platform built on an open standard. Adobe used the recently released Cloud Signature Consortium API specification to update its digital signatures platform. Adobe also announced that new capabilities have been added to Adobe Sign.
TensorFlow, Google's machine learning software library, has reached 1.0 status and now packs support for a wider selection of APIs for ingesting and analyzing Big Data. The tool's pre-1.0 life found it helping researchers, engineers, students, and others in scouring data for patterns and insight.
Amazon announced an update to the Alexa Skills Kit that will let developers take control of how Alexa speaks. SSML Speechcons can spice up Alexa's pronunciation for the sake of clarity, emphasis, or just for fun. Listening to Alexa is a painful reminder that computers still don't know how to speak.
Google this week released the final build and SDK of its Android Wear 2.0 platform. The revised operating system for wearables makes significant changes throughout for both end users and developers alike. Google is imploring developers to ensure their apps are compatible with the new code.
Google distributed Chrome 56 at the end of January. Buried within for the first time, developers will find the Web Bluetooth API, which lets websites contact and trade information with nearby Bluetooth devices, such as IoT hardware. The change has some frothing at the mouth over personal privacy.