The HyperTrack Android Driver SDK is written in the Java language to support the building of applications that transmit GPS-generated data of locations during trips. The SDK communicates with the HyperTrack API to generate data for trip events right from start to end. Once added into a driver app, this particular SDK picks and streams real time battery-powered and time-conscious location data in varying network conditions and devices. This SDK requires the onwards of Android 4.0 and preferably the latest version of Google play Services. The SDK’s consumption is also restricted to devices that support GPS/GLONASS.
Video conferencing is one of those killer applications that a lot of people get initially excited about, but wind up seldom using. The reason for this ranges from everything from a lack of interoperability standards to the fact that setting up an appointment to walking down the hall to a another room to use a video conferencing system is more trouble than it’s worth, especially when the setting up of that video conferencing session usually requires an administrator or someone from IT to actually set up.
What do Angry Birds, car sharing, the game Ruzzle, and Khan Academy all have in common? They've boosted their operations as clients of the Google App Engine. Apps are implemented using Python, with Java as a second language, making AJAX web applications feasible.
For those who frequent the world of cyber shopping and get a kick out of making swift purchases with the click of a button, the convenience of a credit card transaction brings much satisfaction. For those who prefer to pay cash, however, don't have access to a credit card or are perhaps a little apprehensive about sharing sensitive account details online; there's Rixty. It's an alternative payment solution that allows users to spend cash and coins instead of using a credit card. The Rixty API makes it possible for developers to use this system on their own websites.