The GameJolt C++ SDK by Martin Mauersics allows API access to implement video game features into applications. With the kit, developers can transfer object-oriented systems, integrate Base64url, and aggregate file downloader for avatars and trophies.
For developers looking for an easy way to collect videos from users' webcams for a variety of applications, CameraTag could be just the thing. The company provides an the CameraTag API that makes it possible to add webcam video recording to websites with just one line of code. The folks at CameraTag are quite confident that their product is better and more cost effective than competitors such as framey, nimbb and framebase, that they've even included a head-to-head comparison of features and prices on their website.
Publr.com is a free blogging service with a few innovative features. It allows posts of various types, including your typical text, but also including maps, videos, chat transcripts, and links. Its site has a pretty good typical web interface for such things, and there are both first-party and third-party applications to use to post. Those third-party applications use the Publr API.
Apple's coming support for MFi game controllers: all set to disrupt the industry or just another iBookstore? The key may be in Apple's API. Or it could be a new factor, its impact on "gadgepop" or gadget population, the number of gadgets you need to carry. The future is cloudy.