Drops brings viewers closer to games by rewarding them for viewing. It allows you to create an ecosystem that extends outside the game and enriches the experience when viewers return. This code sample is a simple PHP application illustrating how to authenticate players, create connections to VHS, and process VHS heartbeats. Twitch will POST the Viewer Heartbeat Service JSON formatted data to your designated HTTPS endpoint every minute, on each reported channel. The Twitch API allows you to develop your own applications using a rich feature set and provides a way to get data about which streams are live, change information about specific channels, and use Twitch Identity to log into your application. Twitch is a video platform and community for gamers and developers that want to learn how to build tools and integrations for social video platforms.
There isn't just one social graph, there are many. LinkedIn maintains your professional contacts, while Facebook has friends and family (and yes, often many professional). Twitter has some mix, as well, perhaps with a different filter. Aggregators take these disparate contacts and bring them into one place. A new service uses several APIs to merge them and give tools to better understand and utilize your network of contacts.
Queeky is an interactive online drawing community for lovers of drawing and online art. The platform provides special drawing tools for users to create their own masterpieces and also showcases work from a worldwide collection of creatives in its galleries. The QueekyPaint API makes it possible to add this data to personal blogs and websites.
Pokémon Go has become a runaway hit and many developers are showing their enthusiasm for the game by reverse engineering the private, internal Pokémon Go API and creating unofficial third-party apps. The current situation of the Pokémon Go API exemplifies mobile API security concerns.