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Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Security, Weather, and Internet of Things. Highlights include the W3C Badging API for enabling users to see new activity about an application on a home screen. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
The Edge browser team at Microsoft says adjusting its app for devices that fold might be better handled with an API. The recommendation comes ahead of the market debut of several folding phones from Huawei and Samsung. Both phone companies have worked directly with developers to customize apps.
Ballerina, the open-source project from WSO2 has reached 1.0 and now provides cloud-native middleware as a programming language. The language, based on creating and consuming APIs for app development aims to simplify how developers will build and deploy cloud-native distributed apps and services.
Google recently announced an expansion to its GPSRP program (a bug bounty program for Google Play apps). Additionally, the company introduced the new Developer Data Protection Reward Program (DDPRP) to help uncover and stop data abuse across Android apps, OAuth projects, and Chrome extensions.
Imperva, a company that provides application security solutions, recently announced that they had experienced a data breach that exposed user’s email addresses, scrambled passwords, API keys, and SSL certificates. In addition, the company's API security standards raise concerns.
Are all CPaaSes (Communications Platform as a Service) created alike? Telesign's director of product management Vince Oh thinks not. In this interview with ProgrammableWeb.com editor-in-chief David Berlind, Oh explains how Telesign's parent company gives it a unique competitive advantage.
Apple seeded an eighth round of betas to developers this week, bringing iOS 13 and iPadOS one step closer to public release. With Apple's annual iPhone event believed to be on deck for September 10, the new platforms should become available to regular people on or around September 17.
GitHub recently announced support for the WC3 standard WebAuthn. WebAuthn brings a new level of security to GitHub and expands the number of browsers supported. GitHub believes we are sitting at the beginning of "the future of authentication" and WebAuthn lays the foundation for that future.
Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Blockchain, Payments, and Security. Highlights include the DARKINT Suite API that provides risk intelligence about a company's darknet digital footprint. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Google has recently announced the addition of new API security reporting features to the company’s API management platform. These new features are currently in beta, with the company intending to roll out functionality to all Apigee Edge enterprise cloud customers over the next several weeks.
Facebook is open sourcing video and photo matching tech so that partners and non-profits can leverage the technology to fight the spread of abusive content. The video matching technology, TMK, and the photo matching technology, PDQ, uses an identification and hashing system to prevent spread.
Recent technology backed by machine learning is making it possible to recognize people and objects from images, videos, sounds, body parts, speech, phrases, characters, even typing. Developers can find over two-hundred APIs for Recognition on ProgrammableWeb. Here are some top choices.
APIs sit at the center of organizations’ digital transformation initiatives, making them attractive to hackers. In response, API management solutions are employed, but organizations also need to address the growth of more sophisticated attacks on APIs by implementing dynamic, AI driven security.
Google this week distributed the fifth beta of Android Q. According to Google, this build is "very close" to what developers and consumers alike will see in the release of Android Q in the near future. Google is urging developers to update their apps for Android Q sooner rather than later.
vpnMentor‘s team of “hacktivist” security researchers recently announced the discovery of an exposed database connected to Orvibo Smart Home products. The vulnerable account information exposed in the database includes 2 billion logs detailing everything from usernames to precise device locations.
PingOne for Customers hit the market in public preview roughly half a year ago. Already, Ping Identity is adding significant features to the identity as a service platform. To make the platform more secure and more streamlined for users, Ping Identity has added MFA, social login, and SSO.
Microsoft has released an update to its WebView 2 SDK and announced broader access so that more developers can try it. WebView 2, a new WebView control that allows developers to host web content within native apps, was first unveiled at the Build 2019 conference in Seattle last month.
Proxy today announced a new open platform that includes a new Access API and Identity SDK. This new platform is designed to provide developers with all the necessary tools to build custom identity services that recognize individuals based on their personal identity signal.
GateHub recently reported that around 100 XRP wallets were hacked. Over 23 million Ripple coins were directed to multiple exchanges where the hacker was able to presumably use the coins. GateHub has published remediation instructions and understands that the hack started with a valid API token.
Fugue has evolved its platform and risk manager offerings into one SaaS offering. The new product allows cloud users to manage security and compliance through a single product, streamlining visualization and management of their cloud infrastructure. Access to the Fugue API automates the process.