Google has announced that Google Analytics now features a new service, the Google AMP Client ID API. The new API makes it possible for developers to analyze user experience across AMP and non-AMP pages, and provides metrics such as bounce rate, session duration, and pages per session.
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We bring you a holiday edition of the API news that we weren't able to cover. Today's news includes a new version of the AWS Java SDK, Facebook offering an explanation to developers regarding a recent change to the Graph API, and extension to the Azure Text Analytics API and more.
This is the second part of our series on push technologies. This article will look at PubSubHubbub, a closely related cousin to Webhooks. PubSubHubbubb is an API technology used to publish information on the Internet by pushing content instead of forcing clients to poll for it.
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Events, Financial, Cities, and Internet of Things. Featured today are two APIs that provide debt and securities data from the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
On Tuesday, the newest version of WordPress, 4.4, was released. It features a number of standard updates, such as a new theme, that are common in new WordPress versions, but the most notable update in WordPress 4.4 is the inclusion of infrastructure for the WordPress REST API.
Social video distribution platform Epoxy allows users to easily publish video content across multiple social networks from a single location. Recently, the company leveraged the Twitter video API’s native upload capability to provide a new feature for creators that enhances fan experience.
The Twitter API and Ads Platform have helped Tribune Publishing drive distribution and engagement through the integration of Twitter Sharelines, making sharing articles seamless.
The strategic use of various Twitter platform products for sourcing information and publishing content has helped Bleacher Report become the number 1 sports publisher on Twitter.