Amazon Web Services offers an SDK for Ruby language. This kit helps to build applications using AWS services including unlimited cloud storage with Amazon S3, resizable clouding with Amazon EC2, and query data with Amazon SimpleDB. Software kits version 1 and version 2 are available. Each one includes an API reference with API operations such as sample requests, responses, and errors supported by AWS. Use this SDK to create applications related to products, marketing, and advertising. The aim of this tool is to increase brand sales.
Prosperent (quickly growing ad network) and CloudFlare (content delivery network focused on low touch app launches) have announced a partnership aimed at quickly monetizing websites without complicated development work. The partnership is simple, seems obvious, and should intrigue developers across many markets. Most importantly, the partnership should create new ways for anybody/any company with an online presence to make money. Check out the PW profiles for the Prosperent API and the CloudFlare API.
Each of Google's 95 APIs has employees to support it. So, we're used to seeing tutorials from Googlers about this API or that. Last week the search giant did something different. In a series of posts, Silvano Luciani wrote a series of posts showing how the Google Chart API can help make sense of data from the Google AdSense API.