This Digi.me Android SDK is a multi-module library that provides a way to interact with the Digi.me Consent Access service to; authenticate, make content requests and utilize core decryption services. The Digi.me Consent Access service is a Private Sharing platform API/SDK that enables an application or website with the ability to request access to personal data from individuals, and to share data back to an individual. Private sharing is a private and secure way to get personal data from an individual for your application, that allows you to request access to various user data, that is supported by a private and secure sync engine, allowing users to connect , and retrieve a copy of data, normalize data from various service providers, store it in a library using a cloud storage service of their choice and more. Digi.me supports applications and services designed with private sharing technology, to control the data that powers your digital life.
Kasabi has just moved into public beta. The private beta is over, and Kasabi is openly ready and willing to become your data marketplace. This is similar to what the primates over at InfoChimps are doing: building a community around data sets and APIs. The Kasabi API collection feels like a first attempt at standardizing the task of designing an API for accessing a dataset.
Backupify, a leading backup provider for cloud application data, has announced that the company has opened the Backupify Developer Platform and API to SaaS application providers and developers. Earlier this year, ProgrammableWeb reported that Backupify had launched a private beta version of the program with five initial partners (Apptivo, Mavenlink, Nimble, Freshdesk, and Pipeline Deals).