The AngularJS API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of AngularJS with other applications and to create new applications.
Rendering engines inside browsers have been the subject of some of the fiercest debate across the Web. Although HTML5 represents a significant advance in terms of the richness of Web applications, industry giants such as Facebook have balked over what are often described as “black box” implementations of rendering engines in browsers that support HTML5 and that were not nearly as fast as native environments on mobile computing devices.
Mobile Backend-as-a-Service provider AnyPresence has launched its 5th generation product at APIWorld, San Francisco, already garnering industry praise and winning the DataWeek/APIWorld prize for Top Innovator at the conference. Susan Miller, Chief Business Development and Strategy Officer at AnyPresence, spoke with ProgrammableWeb about how the new product will change the way API developers work.
Google said it plans to shutdown the GData Admin Settings API. It is giving developers one year to migrate to newer tools. The API will cease functioning in August 2017.
The Admin Settings API lets Google Apps admins retrieve and change the settings of their domains in the form of Google Data