May 21, 2015
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W3C recently released the first draft of the Proximity Sensor API based on the Generic Sensor API specification. Researcher and W3C Invited Expert Lukasz Olejnik has raised privacy a few concerns regarding the W3C Proximity Sensor API, specifically that it could be used for user fingerprinting.
APIkit from MuleSoft offers API developers access to a suite including an API consumer-facing design and extends to a backend connection with an enterprise's business logic layer.
Google has indicated that it will support the Pointer Events API in Chrome. This decision comes after a lot of back-and-forth opinions throughout the development of the API.