This Gimbal Permission Authorization Objective-C Sample Code is a test implementation that demonstrates how to turn off the default location permission prompt in order to customize the way clients return location data.
Previously we looked at APIs that readers follow the most using our tracking functionality. This time we measured the APIs readers show interest in by counting the number of times a user clicks an outbound link to a provider's site. This is a metric that may better signal developer interest.
For businesses and brands, the customer is king, and being able to know what makes consumers tick is a definite advantage. Converser makes this a possibility by enabling application owners to interact with their customers directly from within the app, getting a better understanding of their users and ultimately gaining the knowledge they need to maximise their appeal. Converser's API is available to developers who want to integrate this functionality with other applications.
EVE Online, the internet spaceship game that puts all of it's players into one virtual universe, recently announced plans to license and monetize its EVE Online API. The proposed license would allow developers to make money from apps using the API in return for an annual fee. The details of the new licensing program were released by game developer CCP shortly after it's annual fanfest in Reykjavik, Iceland. EVE's player community quickly attacked parts of the license, prompting CCP to suspend the changes until later this summer when some of the concerns can be addressed.