The free-to-use Pokémon RESTful API (Pokéapi) is linked to an extensive database of Pokémon-related information- a true virtual Pokédex. PokeApi.NET is a wrapper constructed by GitHub contributor PoroCYon that enables an interface to the Pokéapi from a .NET application. This community supported wrapper is developed in C# 6 and can be opened in Visual Studio using the Roslyn plugin.
Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Conversions, Cloud and Transportation categories. Included is an API for solving Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) and an API that offers access to residential proxy pools. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Last weekend at the AT&T Mobile Hackathon I had a pleasure of checking out the MongoLab's MongoDB service. In short: it was a delight to work with. I fell in love with that technology. It worked exactly the way I thought--MongoDB architects got it right. After spending a good part of the day fighting my hibernate configuration in JUnit I was pleasantly surprised when I saw that Mongo keeps their documentation and design accessible with plan old object and simple REST calls to its MongoLab API.
When Apple launched its World Wide Developers Conference back in April, the event sold out in minutes, and a lot of people who wanted to go didn’t make it. So Apple reassuringly said it would announce series of tech talks later in the year. Well, here they are.