Catchoom, the company that offers image recognition and augmented reality services, provides Catchoom Augmented Reality iOS SDK. This kit can be installed from the website. In the same page users can find a step by step integration guide. Example code is available with an AFN framework that is used to connect to the API. Developers need XCode 5 or newer and iOS 7.0.
Have you ever heard of a Chief Science Officer? I recently spoke to Kontagent’s CSO and was excited to learn that Kontagent’s world of big data processing is one of the few places in the world in which academic exercise is directly applicable to industry. Kontagent is a user analytics platform which can easily be integrated into any web site or mobile app. The ease of integration results from the decision to provide a RESTful Kontagent API.
Are you an Android developer? If so, now you can whip out apps in Firebase. The company, which lets you create interactive apps with only frontend code via the Firebase API platform, announced support for Android in a blog post last week.
It wasn’t that long ago, just late last year, that I started wondering if CloudMine was trying to replace me. Just a few months pass, and it seems my fears were not unfounded.
If you’re not familiar with what the CloudMine API offers, it’s backend-as-a-service, with the core feature being easy storage and access of user - and global - data. All that’s required to store JSON data in the global scope is an HTTP call with the application’s credentials. Storing user data in a private scope only requires the addition of the user’s credentials.