The Bandwidth PHP SDK by Bandwidth provides users with tools that assist with using the Bandwidth API. Some of these include: SMS Auto Replies, Basic and Advanced Conference, Call Transfers, 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.
When Facebook announced the Graph API in April, it was generally accepted by the developer community as a huge step towards open social data on the Web. Last week, Facebook brought its technology to iOS by introducing a new version of the Facebook SDK for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad enhanced with the Graph API and OAuth 2.0 protocol. Together with the already available Facebook SDK for Android, you can now utilize both APIs and build social apps across two major mobile platforms.
Next gen telecommunications company Twilio is taking its first step into Europe. The company chose London as its landing site and will begin selling phone numbers in 50 of the most populous area codes in the UK immediately. Application developers can now use the Twilio API to build innovative applications for the London market while enabling the first Twilio to Twilio international calling capabilities. Along with the UK, Twilio is testing its service in a handful of other European countries.
Twitter announced a beta version of its mobile site with a cleaner look, new features and a backend powered by the microblogging site's popular API (our Twitter API profile). The new site is running in tandem with the current mobile site, though Twitter plans to phase out the old site. What makes us excited is how they built it.