The Bandwidth iOS Mobile Client Swift SDK by Bandwidth provides users with the tools to add mobile VoIP calling to existing iOS applications. It also helps users to setup their own server-side application to support iOS VoIP clients. 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 make calls for phone numbers, messages, calls, media, applications, errors, and other resources.
Most mashups try to solve a complex problem in an innovative way, and therefore save us all time. However, sometimes a mashup solves a very simple problem in an interesting way. Either way, I love to see innovative new uses of APIs like this one from Brian Beermann, which controls his garage door using the Twilio SMS API, some hardware and a lot of creativity.
Braintree, a web and mobile payments processing solutions provider, has just announced the launch of the Braintree Marketplace which enables customer payments to be split between a company marketplace and its sellers or providers. Developers can easily implement the brand new Marketplace payments solution using the Braintree API.
Normally we'd give a brand new site a break for not immediately having an API. When it comes to the rabidly popular FourSquare, which launched in March, developers have been clamoring to build on top of the service. So, today's launch of the FourSquare API (our FourSquare API profile) is bound to be met with extreme enthusiasm.