The Bandwidth .Net SDK by Bandwidth provides users with tools that assist with using the Bandwidth API. Some of these include: application management, controlling bridges between calls, searching free local or toll-free phone numbers, sending and listing SMS/ MMS, managing recordings, and more. The Bandwidth API allows users to make calls to get information about an account, get a list of transactions made on an account, as well as calls for phone numbers, messages, calls, media, applications, errors, and other resources.
Google today said it is putting the Google Places API for iOS 2.0 and the Google Maps SDK for iOS 2.0 into separate CocoaPods. The idea here is to reduce the app size for developers who need Places data, but not Maps data. Google says the change heralds big savings in app binaries.
SugarCRM has launched an SDK for the mobile version of its popular CRM product. The mobile SDK offers a similar developer experience to the desktop SDK version. With the SDK, users can create custom experiences that integrate with existing apps, workflows, and business tools.
While on the go, trying to type long emails and messages with your thumbs can be clumsy and frustrating. For those busy bodies who chase the clock, being able to dictate messages and emails while being mobile would be a great solution. Voice recognition software systems are just the thing for practicality and convenience; if they're accurate and secure of course. MyCaption is a team of developers who create voice enabled mobile apps and the MyCaption API.