This is a simple PHP library for interacting with the Bit.ly API from a PHP application. The library is based on Guzzle, allowing developers to easily add Guzzle plugins to their client. Also offered is integration with Symfony2. The client supports the new OAuth endpoints, as API key authentication has been deprecated. Though not directly supported by Bit.ly, the library is endorsed for use on the Bit.ly developer site. The Bit.ly API allows developers to implement programmatic shortening, sharing, and tracking of links (URLs). Unique user-level and aggregate links can also be created to let users view complete, real-time traffic and referrer data, as well as location and metadata.
A lot of developers just naturally assume their applications will run on Intel x86 server, but following the announcement of a $1 billion investment in building out the ecosystem around Linux running on Power processors IBM is hoping to alter that perception.
Given the rabid nature of most of their fan base, professional football teams were among the first organizations to see the value of developing mobile applications to get closer to those fans. The problem for most teams now is the stadium WiFi experience they provide to their most loyal fans leaves much to be desired.
Thanks to a new service from my6sense finding the information you want just got easier. Their Digital Intuition technology will analyze your interactions to providing personalized streams, and now that functionality is available to developers with a newly released Attention API.