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Factual recently announced a new SDK that enables third party apps and services to pull location data from its massive database and trigger certain actions in response to data points like location, environment, movement and more. The SDK is easily used through the Garage Web UI.
Developed app markets are increasingly saturated making it harder than ever to stand out. Localizing your app abroad - whether just a translation or a full app overhaul - could be the difference between its global success or failure. So what should you consider if you want to localize right now?
Yelp continues its Fusion API-centric strategy with the announcement that Yelp Events data will be accessible via the Fusion API. Yelp Events allows users to create, share and discover events around the world, and developers will be able to pull data regarding such events through the Fusion API.
The ECMAScript Internationalization API is designed to let developers of Web applications that serve a global user base more easily implement internationalization.
With the launch of Appy Pie's Location based Directory API, developers can now create Store Finder, Restaurant Locator and City Guide Apps for both Android and iOS.
ClickSoftware is offering a library of more than 500 APIs that can be used as part of its ClickButler service, enabling businesses to create automated productivity workflows for remote staff and field service workers. Gil Bouhnick, vice president of mobility at ClickSoftware, spoke with ProgrammableWeb about the future of business use of localization and contextual data.