Obtain early access to the Amazon Echo SDK, that aims to engage customers with answers, music, and news. It works with recognition features based on the Amazon Web Services cloud. The potential of this kit is to build projects using the Alexa AppKit to enhance applications with speech processing functionalities. Sample code in Node.js is available at https://developer.amazon.com/public/solutions/alexa/alexa-skills-kit/docs/using-the-alexa-skills-kit-samples-node
Tweddle Group, a leading international automotive communications & publishing solutions firm, has just announced that they are granting Tier 1 suppliers and developers of vehicle head units access to the Tweddle Head Unit Update API.
Back in September 2012, ProgrammableWeb reported that Schoology had launched the Schoology App Center which features third-party applications built with the Schoology API and developer platform. To further encourage the use of the Schoology platform and "promote the open exchange of data" by education technology developers, Schoology has announced the release of the SIS Integration Platform, a turnkey solution that allows the integration of the Schoology platform with Student Information Systems (SIS) that provide a web API.