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Google today made a host of announcements that provide a good look at the future of Android. The company released three core sets of tools: a developer preview of Jetpack Compose; expanded APIs for Android Jetpack; and Android Studio 4 in Canary — which Google says completes the Android experience.
Seventeen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Science, Web Site Management, and Cryptocurrency. Highlights include the Pinball Map API for locating pinball machines and the Hunter API for discovering email addresses. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
InternetNews.com's Kenneth Corbin recently wrote about the National Association of State CIOs conference, where White House science and technology adviser Beth Noveck spoke to attendees about opening up government processes to collaboration in an open source model. According to Corbin, Noveck hinted about an API-driven model that could produce citizen-created mashups and applications.