Facebook is at the center of another privacy controversy. This time, the most popular Android apps are involved. Almost half of the apps on the Google Play store have the ability to share data with Facebook, and it looks like many of them are sharing automatically (no Facebook account is needed).
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Just a few months after Google entirely restructured its pricing scheme for Google Maps, TomTom has announced that maps and traffic tiles will be freely available on its Android and iOS SDKs. While the free option is new, there is a cap to features and transactions permissible without charge.
Which API providers do the best job of giving their developer community the tools needed to quickly get up and running with their APIs? In this analysis of our directory, we show how our data model allows for us to query our database and find out which providers offer the most SDKs and Code Samples.
Which programming language is the most popular with developers? In the past we’ve looked to our directories to provide some insight into which language is most in demand. The recent growth of our SDK and Sample Source Code directories gives us an opportunity to take a fresh look at the data.
When it comes to integrating a third party’s services with your own, APIs are often the way to go. But in some cases SDKs can offer a number of advantages over direct interaction with the API. But how do you choose? This article looks at the reasons why sometimes it makes sense to use an SDK.
Microsoft's Azure team has released a beta version of its Azure SDK for Go. The primary use for the SDK is for to connect Azure apps to data sources such as Cosmos DB and Azure Storage. Additionally, the SDK provides authentication capabilities and certain provisioning services.
SugarCRM has launched an SDK for the mobile version of its popular CRM product. The mobile SDK offers a similar developer experience to the desktop SDK version. With the SDK, users can create custom experiences that integrate with existing apps, workflows, and business tools.
APIMatic, SDK generator, announced that its SDKs now support OAuth 2.0. Prior to this announcement, there was minimal support for OAuth 2.0 only for authentication token headers within requests. Now, the company is moving forward with full support and continued development.
Twitter Kit versions 1 and 2 were SDKs within the Twitter Fabric Platform. Twitter Kit 3 is now a standalone SDK. In addition to its new standalone status, Twitter Kit 3 includes new features. A new authorization process enables native interfaces, and a new composer allows in-app Tweet creation.