Google Maps API is the most popular tool for building location-based services. Now, the Google Maps Operations team is leveraging their experience to collaborate with Udacity and create a free course that teaches students how to integrate maps and location features into websites.
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Instagram has announced updates that will make the platform more streamline and able to dedicate engineering resources to improving its core platforms and developing new applications. But, this comes at the expense of feed reading apps who will no longer have access to the Feed API.
Google I/O announcements include API updates that give developers more features within Chromecast, as well as multi-player gaming opportunities with Google Cast.
Microsoft announced Windows 10, a sweeping change to its operating system for PCs, tablets and phones. If you were expecting new APIs and SDKs, however, the news isn't good.
Google spent September making improvements to its Cloud Platform that included new Node.js libraries, and a new HTTP Load Balancing service.
Reverb CEO announces formation of Swagger working group for web APIs. Bright Pattern launches platform and API for improved customer service. Plus: the public cloud is winning, and the Apple Metal graphics API will boost iOS game performance.
Given all the databases that developers usually have to navigate, it’s no wonder that building an enterprise application is often a daunting proposition. Looking to reduce a lot of that complexity, DreamFactory Software is making it possible for developers of mobile computing applications to use an open source RESTful API to access multiple back-end databases via version 1.5 of its back-end-as-a-service (BaaS) software.
All across the application integration landscape, we’re starting to see the rise of citizen integrators, classes of end users who have enough skills to integrate data without the aid of a developer. The latest provider of an integration platform to cater to these citizen developers is Informatica, which has unveiled an Intelligent Data Platform that allows end users to take advantage of graphical tools to integrate various data sets on their own.