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Although Igloo already promoted a number of automated integrations with popular apps like Dropbox, box, G Suite, and others; Igloo stopped short of completely opening its digital workplace framework to the entire developer community. That has now changed, along with full support.
Whether you're working on a simple web app or a huge corporate portal, the Laravel PHP framework is up for the task. In this tutorial, you'll go through the steps required to set up a Laravel-powered LAMP stack using a DigitalOcean-based cloud server running Ubuntu 16.04.2.
GitHub, in collaboration with Facebook, has introduced Atom-IDE, a new set of optional packages that allow Atom to function similar to an IDE. Nuclide has announced the release of its new Atom IDE UI package which is designed to work out-of-the-box with packages using atom-languageclient.
This is the first API profile in what we are calling the "Growth Series." Mapbox provides an API that allows developers to create maps with rich data visualizations by using multiple data layers. This feature along with others has fueled an 11x growth in calls made to its API.
The Nexmo SMS API lets you send and receive text messages around the world without having to worry about which carriers the recipients are subscribed to. This tutorial shows you how to use the Nexmo C# Client Library to send and receive SMS messages from your ASP.NET MVC web app.
AWS is running scared of Kubernetes as it becomes the industry standard for managing containers. Why? The open-source platform gives companies a way to run apps across different clouds not just on AWS. Matt Asay over at Tech Republic provides the details.
Geo APIs are popular in today's mobile, ever-connected world. It's hard to find an oft-used app without mapping functionality of some sort. While the likes of Google Maps and other services have popular APIs, there is a visible lack of standardization in geocoding that the OGC seeks to remedy.
A whopping 34 more APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Financial, Weather, and Tools. A bulk of the new additions are from NeutrinoAPI, which provides tools that solve application development problems. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Our API Testing Series continues with a look at two command line tools – HTTPie and curl. Both of these tools are ideal for exploration. Along the way you will create a couple of API tests running against the Trello API, which is a real API with formal authentication tokens.
Google recently announced a beta version of its new App Engine firewall. In addition to the security features inherent within App Engine, the App Engine firewall allows developers to block and permit users based on IP address and geography. Developers simply create rules and prioritize the rules.
If you've ever used CodePen to prototype your own web apps or to closely inspect and fork someone else's code, then you know that one thing CodePen can't do is hide the API keys of any APIs that your app consumes in the process of doing whatever your app does. But now, there's a workaround.
CloudRail's universal API that enables developers to integrate multiple APIs into their app through the use of CloudRail's single, universal API has added support for Xamarin. CloudRail envisions replacing Xamarin's current Components method of integrating APIs into its app partners.
It appears that Apple may be working on adding service workers support to WebKit. The WebKit Feature Status webpage has recently been changed from "Under Consideration" to "In Development." This change may be an indication that Apple will eventually support Progressive web apps (PWAs).
We start your week off with a review of the stories we couldn’t cover in the world of APIs. Included are Apple's announcement of the WebCrypto API, their effort to bring cryptography native to web browsers, AnchorFree's SDK for preserving net neutrality and the latest API for Bitbucket Cloud.
Google today made what it calls the "final preview" of Android O available to application developers. This new build carries with it all the bits and pieces developers need to make their apps fully Android O capable. Google plans to release Android O to the general public later this summer.
We're excited to announce the release of the successor to our Leaflet Plugins, MapQuest.js! Built with Leaflet v1.1.0 integration, MapQuest.js provides all of the power of the MapQuest geospatial platform combined with the elegance of the open-source Leaflet mapping library.