This is a .NET library for the Fitbit API developed by Aaron Coleman. Besides the library, the project contains NUnit tests, NUnit integration within the API, and a sample to use. Fitbit tracks patterns of health and fitness practices using mobile devices. Currently, the author is working on an updated version at https://github.com/aarondcoleman/Fitbit.NET/wiki/PREPARING-FOR-BREAKING-CHANGES---v2-Fitbit.NET-API-Library-In-Development
Sleep tracking is an increasingly popular health trend that mobile app developers have been building applications to support. To simplify this endeavor and improve device performance, Google has added a new Android Sleep API that operates as an extension of its existing Activity Recognition API.
ACTIVE Network, a leading provider of activity and participant management solutions, has announced that the company is inviting developers to participate in the first-ever "HACKTIVE" public hackathon. The 24-Hour hackathon will take place Saturday, September 21 - Sunday, September 22 in San Diego, California and awards will be given to developers for creating the best applications using ACTIVE Network APIs.