The Kloudless Android Sample Code demonstrates how to build and use the example app. Developers can open the project KTester in Android Studio, fill in the values for fileId and linkId, build and Run the MainActivity.java, and test the functionalities of the API without errors.
Since 2007, Health 2.0 Conference has held some of the most innovative showcases in healthcare. Its latest installment, Health: Refactored, will convene May 13-14 in Silicon Valley. The conference will host developers and designers who aim to sharpen skills and create connections that will generate success and innovation in the healthcare industry. Health: Refactored enjoys the guidance of a heralded advisory board of health technology disruptors and visionaries.
Location database service Factual recently challenged developers to work with its Factual API at its first Factual Hackathon. After two days of coding, developers presented 15 apps. The winner was an automatic check-in application, with others focused on health, analytics and anonymous location-based interactivity.