The Gmail Objective-C SDK written by Google provides access to the JSON API considering Apple application development. It is compatible with iOS 3+ and Mac OS X 10.5+. Along with the access to the Gmail API, the Objective-C library can also interact with the AdSense, Blogger, Calendar, Drive, and Fitness Google APIs.
Sometimes we forget what the real purpose of all this fancy technology is. And what is that? To make our real lives easier. Mashups often help with that, allowing us to do such simple things as find a good beer, our favorite music artists, where the streetcars are, or where a park is.
Path.com has a mobile app, so of course it has an API. Someone sniffed the traffic and discovered something naughty. And you know the answer-anything Wolframe Alpha? Find out why it really, really likes Apple's Siri. Plus: Facebook gaming, Google Plus developers and 18 new APIs.
According to a post from a Google engineer, intended to be private to the search giant's employees, the Google+ API was not ready at launch. Google's Steve Yegge also badmouthed the read-only, public API. When the company's new service was only two weeks old, I wondered whether the Google+ API was intentionally late. Maybe it was just truly late.