Pusher seeks to make the task of developing real time applications simpler. By focusing on the core functionality of real time coordination, Pusher lets developers forego dealing with timers and polling for server side changes. The Pusher API allows developers to skip ahead to the good stuff: Implementing their unique idea.
What are you doing? Now show me.
Live video startup Justin.tv has released a comprehensive API for consuming, organizing and creating content on its site. With it, the company hopes to be a platform for live video.
On April 12th, Microsoft announced that:
"the Bing Search API will transition to...the Windows Azure Marketplace," they later added that the service will "move to a monthly subscription model."
So what does this mean for developers?