This is the official Java client that enables the Algolia Search API to be used within Android applications. Based on the Algolia Java Client, this Android component uses an asynchronous API. Algolia can be implemented into web-enabled applications to reference a database to display a drop down of real time search results. The API supports quick faceted, full-text, and numerical search results.
Rendering engines inside browsers have been the subject of some of the fiercest debate across the Web. Although HTML5 represents a significant advance in terms of the richness of Web applications, industry giants such as Facebook have balked over what are often described as “black box” implementations of rendering engines in browsers that support HTML5 and that were not nearly as fast as native environments on mobile computing devices.
Service discovery is not an easy task in today's Web. Discovering an API requires searching through a large number of services on the Internet and then reading pages of documentation to figure out how to use the ones that may match your application. This is the case in Programmable Web as well. The API directory shows over 5000 APIs which are manually categorized in over 50 service categories.
Talkray is a mobile application created by TiKL, a company also known for its TiKL Touch To Talk walkie-talkie application for Android and iPhone. Talkray is the company's broader communications app that allows users to make phone calls as well as send and receive text messages and photos. Talkray's API makes it possible for developers to add things like voice calling and text chats to their applications.