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Apple announced changes to the way that it would evaluate inclusions in its App Store for potential removal based on outdated technology. This announcement led to confusion in the developer community and the company has published a clarifying statement intended to make expectations more clear.
Rollbar has announced new additions and updates to its collection of SDKs for expedited development on the platform. The updates to existing SDKs are intended to keep the company up-to-date on older technologies, while the new SDKs push the envelope in terms of modern development.
Google has announced that applications that utilize API versions more than two years removed from the current offering will soon be delisted from the Google Play ecosystem. This change is made in an effort to improve security and consistency across the platform.
Postman offers a great way for easily interacting with APIs regardless of a background in software development. It is a collaborative platform for API dev that includes a graphical API client and automated testing. This post explores some of the benefits of working with Postman for API design.
Netlify, a provider of a web development platform that aims to improve developer productivity, has announced the release of Netlify Graph, a GraphQL-powered solution that aims to make building with APIs faster and easier. This release follows the company’s acquisition of OneGraph.
Apple has released a new API that supports the company’s App Store Connect program, which is used by developers to upload, submit, and manage content on the App Store. This follows a recent announcement that App Store Connect support will soon happen automatically for all dev accounts.
Just over a year ago, Amazon launched CodeGuru, a developer support tool that provides machine learning-powered code review and analysis. This tool has now gained a “Secrets Detector” that simplifies the process of scanning code for passwords, API keys, and credentials left in code by accident.
Jetpack Compose, Android’s toolkit for programmatically defining application UI via composable functions, has reached a stable V.10 release point. Alongside the announcement of general availability, Jetpack also gains a new preview feature.
Google announced a new Google Enterprise APIs designation, which aims to set apart APIs that serve business-critical systems and ensure the company’s partners that these APIs will experience prolonged stability and support. This designation is the third recent initiative aimed at building trust.
Portus Network, a decentralized API Gateway, built a network that will attempt to streamline the data input process to dApps by cutting out expensive middlemen. Blockchains and the dApps that run on them are closed networks that rely upon data inputs to process information from the outside world.
Google has announced a final deprecation timeline for Android Jelly Bean support on the Play Store. This version of the OS spanned Android V4.1 - V4.3 and API levels 16-18. Developers will continue to receive support until the release of version 21.30.99 which is due at the end of August 2021.
Akamai, a content delivery network (CDN) services provider, has outlined the latest release of its EdgeWorkers platform. The edge computing platform gains improvements that are aimed at simplifying code deployment, reducing data latency, and optimizing API traffic.
In 2018, as part of the iOS 12 release, Apple added screen time tracking capabilities for the iPhone. Since that time developers have been pushing Apple to make the data exposed by this functionality available via API. The tech giant has finally acquiesced.
Spotify has announced changes to the company’s developer platform that are intended to help streamline the process of building third-party apps that leverage the media company’s resources. These updates include two new development modes and a significant update to the Spotify Developer Policy.
Pocketnow is reporting that Apple has developed a new API specifically to be used by the Zoom iPadOS application that will allow app users to use the split screen mode offered by the popular video conferencing platform. Previously the application was unable to offer this feature on the iPad.
Cloudflare announced the beta release of Workers Unbound, the company’s serverless platform for developers, in mid-2020 and is now moving the product into general availability. Alongside this announcement, Cloudflare has updated the Workers Unbound pricing model and added additional functionality.
The W3C has announced that the Web Applications Working Group has released the First Public Working Draft of the new Indexed Database API V 3.0. This latest iteration of the document was published on March 11th and is intended to supersede all previous versions.
MuleSoft has released MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce, a no-code integration offering designed to enable line of business users and Salesforce administrators with the ability to integrate Salesforce with other apps and data while also automating the tasks that depend on those integrations.
Google has announced the availability of Flutter V2, the second generation of the company’s open-source UI toolkit, almost four years after the project’s initial release in May of 2017. With this release, Google has significantly broadened the scope of Flutter’s development reach.
Sleep tracking is an increasingly popular health trend that mobile app developers have been building applications to support. To simplify this endeavor and improve device performance, Google has added a new Android Sleep API that operates as an extension of its existing Activity Recognition API.
GitHub has announced modifications to the GitHub Marketplace, a central location where developers can discover, share, and sell development solutions, that are intended to simplify application onboarding and increase revenue generation.