The Betfair C# Sample Code by Betfair demonstrates how to interact with the API. It aims to simplify understanding using a console application. The code shows sent requests and JSON responses. Resources display how to run the example with .NET installed. Added to the official site by Gordon Mack.
Mobile apps builder software maker Appy Pie launches their Game Builder publicly. The do-it-yourself mobile game builder enables anyone to designe a mobile game for free without needing prior programmaing experience. Games created with the Game Builder are build on the Game Closure DevKit and are cross platform compatible.
Some tasks in life are so boring that they could never be fun, just don’t tell GreenGoose that. GreenGoose is a real life “gamification” company, using small sensors and accelerometers on stickers to track everyday behavior. The company will eventually sell sensors designed to track anything from how often you drink from a water bottle, to how far you can throw a Frisbee. An online account then uses the data collected from these sensors to calculate how often you perform these tasks. The idea is that this would add some fun to your life while helping you stay on top of chores like feeding your dog. The GreenGoose API allows you to pull data from the sensors into any custom application.
Whether for exercise, sight-seeing, or just for fun, most of us enjoy walking, running and biking our way through the city or the country side. Below you'll find six mashups from the Programmable Web database that help you track, share and measure your excursions outside of a moving vehicle.