After enduring controversy over its original license (referred to as "BSD+Patents") for the React framework and then capitulating by switching to the open source MIT license, Facebook has announced a license for GraphQL that open source pioneer Bruce Perens says is too restrictive (includes video).
GitHub APIs (60)
||The GitHub Checks API lets you send detailed information about the checks your integrations run. It allows you to view feedback from code checks directly in the pull request view, view the code that...||Testing||05.07.2018|
||The Github GraphQL API allows developers to request information from Github which matches the queried format (customized JSON calls that return relational JSON formatted responses). Available...||Database||05.16.2017|
||The Projects API allows developers to modify, update, and create repository information within the GitHub environment. This API is currently in early access; so, modifications can occur without...||Database||09.28.2016|
||The GitHub Licenses API returns metadata about popular open source licenses and information about a particular project’s license file. The license key and name conforms to the SPDX specification....||Licensing||03.11.2015|
GitHub User Administration
||The GitHub User Administration API allows developers to promote, demote, suspend, and unsuspend users on a GitHub Enterprise appliance. This API uses a two-factor authentication. GitHub is one of the...||Enterprise||02.22.2015|
GitHub has announced a beta public release of a new Checks API that gives developers to build solutions for continuous integration, linting and acceptance testing. The API, which currently works with GitHub's REST API, allows GitHub integrations to obtain richer information about code commits.
Apple took a big leap of faith today and open sourced Swift, its new programming language. Apple believes developers can help make Swift a better resource as well as expand its compatibility to more platforms. Swift is available for free from GitHub with an Apache 2.0 license.