Klout SDKs and Wrappers make up a set of development kits that developers can use to develop 3rd party applications. The SDK supports a variety of languages (Java, Node.js, Objective-C, PHP, Python, & Ruby), allowing developers the ability to choose the compatible language and framework. The site also provides developers with other OAuth and KloutPass Tools that are contributed by the Klout developer community.
Jack Dorsey took to the Twitter Flight 2015 mobile developer conference stage to kick-off the annual event with a massive apology to the developer community. Over the years, Twitter has alienated their developer community. Dorsey's promise will now need to be backed by action.
Hellotxt, the service that lets you simultaneously update your status and read your friends' status across many services, has now released an API. There is a long list of microblogging and social networking sites that Hellotxt interacts with, ranging from Facebook and LinkedIn to of course Twitter and FriendFeed (see their home page below).
What is everyone searching for or talking about? Knowing the terms that are trending right now is like knowing the news. With a new API your apps can be just as aware. Lets Be Trends provides programmatic access to the most popular keywords on Twitter in realtime (details at our Let's Be Trends API profile).