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Anyone who's experienced the process of a federal court case and the admin involved, will be aware of the time consuming process that can be involved in constantly checking the court docket for developments. Docket Alarm exists to make the process of checking the docket a lot more simple and convenient. It brings all of the user's active cases together online or on a mobile device, automatically sending litigation notifications when applicable, and ultimately reducing legal costs. The Docket Alarm API makes this functionality available to be integrated with other applications.
Application security is often overlooked. Perhaps this is due to a lack of understanding, or perhaps a focus on features and aesthetics is more alluring for developers. A modest data breach can render valuable data vulnerable, and can cripple customer trust in your application.
Google today released Android Q developer beta 4 with what the company says are the platform's final APIs and official SDK. This means developers now have the final set of tools they need to code apps for Android Q, which Google will release later this summer. Google also has plans for Firebase.