This is a Python library made to interface with the PushBullet API. The PushBullet web API enables developers to build applications on the PushBullet infrastructure. Using PushBullet, applications and websites may send push notifications or chat with each other in real time. In order to implement this library, developers require: Python (2 or 3), a websocket-client, API requests, "python-magic," and a PushBullet API key.
Evernote, the company that makes it easy to remember things, wants developers to use its API responsibly. To ensure this, the company is imposing rate limits on its API, it announced on a blog post. Those limits go into effect today (August 14) for non-production API keys. Existing users have until November 1 to adjust to the change.
Amazon has released two significant updates to its Alexa Voice Service API that will make it easier for developers to build hands-free, voice-enabled products. Hands-free speech recognition and cloud endpointing are new features to the existing API release. No upgrades are necessary to use.