Judo Payments offers a platform to build complete mobile payment solutions and host applications with a Judo marketplace. The Judo Payments Ruby SDK assists in embedding Judo Payments functionalities into Ruby applications. The API and SDK methods, classes, and functionalities are fully documented on Judo's site. The SDK is compatible Ruby 1.9.3 or later (up to version 2.1.x) and requires a developer API key for use.
Amazon has released an Appstore Sales Reporting API that allows developers to download sales reports programmatically. Developers use the API to retrieve monthly sales data as compressed CSV files. The CSV file contains item information such as marketplace, invoice ID, item name, and sales price.
Apple took the stage at Moscone Center West in San Francisco today to show off OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. Both releases are significant new operating platforms, and bring Apple's desktop and mobile products closer than ever before. As exciting as the new platforms are, developers have a lot more to be excited about: a refreshed SDK with more than 4,000 new APIs for creating iOS apps.
Apple will release the iPhone X on November 3 and Apple wants apps to be ready. The refreshed iPhone makes a number of significant changes to the hardware that will dramatically impact app performance. If iOS is your bread and butter, it's time to get slathering a new layer of top your app.