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Daily API RoundUp: Duffel, Globaleur, Click Guardian, Munzee

Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Air Travel, Travel and Games. Highlights include a "smart" dictionary API which returns definitions as well as linguistic analysis, a chess API, and several travel APIs. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.

Riot Games Provides Game Data Via New Valorant API

Riot Games just announced an API for its Valorant game. Through the Valorant API, developers will be able to call access to match history and content data. At launch, Riot Games is restricting access to the API to approved use cases. The company wants to strictly control access at this time.

How to Protect Your App From Rogue SDKs

A number of recent events has shown just how important it is for developers to guard against rogue SDKs in their mobile apps. In this article Alan Bavosa discusses the ways in which rogue SDKs can affect an app and the steps developers can take to protect their apps against them.

Daily API RoundUp: Coronavirus APIs, Zirra, Socialbakers, NS1, XWord

Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Coronavirus, Financial, and Games. Highlights include 5 more APIs for COVID-19 data, an API for The New York Times crossword puzzle data, and an API for auto sales data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.

Facebook Sues Analytics Company for Malicious SDK

Facebook has filed a lawsuit against OneAudience. The lawsuit alleges that OneAudience paid app developers to embed its SDK on applications that collected personal data from users on Twitter, Facebook, and Google. Facebook and Twitter both exposed the company's practices in November 2019.

Sony Introduces SDK for Remote Camera Control

Sony has announced a new SDK for its line of cameras. The SDK gives third party developers remote access and control over such cameras. Commercial customers have long requested access from Sony, and the SDK is Sony's answer. Camera controls and image data are available through the SDK.