With the Bandwidth Java SDK by Bandwidth, users are provided with tools to perform such actions as buying a phone number, sending text messages, making outbound phone calls, 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.
Day one of the Nordic APIs conference wrapped up on Wednesday 18 September, with a second day of presentations and discussions planned for today. Over 120 participants attending from across the region, in addition to a packed agenda of presentations for speakers around the globe. Two major themes of discussions on the first day included the Internet of Things and security.
#blue is a web service to save text messages in an intelligent, searchable manner. It's a service of O2 UK, and sadly only currently available to O2 UK subscribers. However, it's a rather interesting web service, and it'd be great to see more service providers use a similar service. The fully functional #blue API provides a compliment to its web based service.
Cross platform Development Tools have been steadily gaining adoption among developers. Geoloqi, a platform for location-based services has tapped into one such platform, Appcelerator to provide a powerful location services component that aims to make life easier for developers who have adopted Appcelerator and are planning to provide location awareness in their applications.