"url_shortener" is a Ruby gem/library that wraps the Bit.ly API for Ruby applications. A implementation tutorial for the wrapper can be accessed from the GitBug repository. Though not directly supported by Bit.ly, the wrapper is endorsed for use on the Bit.ly developer site. The Bit.ly API allows developers to implement programmatic shortening, URL expansion, sharing, and tracking of links (URLs). Unique user-level and aggregate links can also be created to let users view complete, real-time traffic and referrer data, as well as location and metadata.
FantasyData.com, NFL statistical data provider, offers the FantasyData NFL API. The API gives developers access to NFL data (e.g. team stats, live scores, season information, box scores, and more). The API targets web and mobile app owners who develop apps for the fantasy football market. Many of the most popular fantasy football apps have already integrated with FantasyData's APIs.
FoxWeave, data migration and synchronization platform, allows developers to provide FoxWeave functionality in third party apps via the FoxWeave API. FoxWeave syncs beyond cloud storage providers. Rather, FoxWeave syncs data from apps, databases, on-premise storage, cloud storage, email accounts, and more. The FoxWeave API enables developers to decide where the best single point of synchronization makes sense for an individual or business entity.
One of the greater pains mobile developers experience is trying to more closely relate native iOS apps. In this article, we compare and contrast three platforms--Facebook AppLinks, UseButton's Deep Linking SDK and Tapstream's Deferred Linking--that enable deep linking for iOS.