The AWS Mobile SDK for iOS offers a library, code samples, and documentation. A developer guide shows the steps to set up the iOS SDK and integrate Amazon Cognito, the service that aims to facilitate in saving user data such as app preferences or game state. Resources in the AWS Mobile SDK for iOS include: Developer Guide, set up, Amazon Cognito Identity, Amazon Cognito Sync, Amazon Mobile Analysis, Amazon Simple Storage Service, Amazon DynamoDB Object Mapper, and Amazon Kinesis. An API reference offers sample requests, responses, and errors for the supported web services protocols.The AWS SDK for iOS v2.0.13 reference provides class references, protocol references, and constant references. All these resources aim to facilitate the development of advertising applications for iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch devices using Amazon Web Services.
You can't catch a fish without enticing bait. It's a fact; incentive gets people to take action. When it comes to the web, every company wants to get potential customers or fans to interact with their brand and demonstrate loyalty, and the best way to do that is to offer users something exciting for their efforts. Push Entertainment is a service that offers a range of loyalty applications for consumer brands. The company also provides an API that allows developers access to this data.
Some of life's biggest sources of frustration often seem trivial. Take, for instance, the process of finding a parking spot. When you can't find one, few things can be more stressful. Fortunately, one company is using technology in an effort to eradicate parking nightmares. California-based Streetline has partnered with cities, universities, parking garages and transit agencies in the United States and internationally to build a large, smart parking network that helps those partners increase efficiency.