This LinkedIn library by Pablo Fernández allows developers to access the API with Java language. As mobile usage increases, users could benefit from the possibility to interact with the API from a single portable device. What the API does is to read data in XML and JSON while REST displays LinkedIn's contacts, companies, and employment. Even though this library is the first one that appears in the libraries and tools page, the library has not been written or supported by LinkedIn.
Google has updated the APIs for Google Sheets and Google Slides, giving developers access to advanced tools such as image recognition, speech recognition, location and maps, and email and calendaring. Together with the Classroom API, enterprise developers have far more control over business apps.
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.