The Go SDK for Kuruvi - Twitter is a Golang builder solution that embeds the GET endpoint functionality into Twitter APIs. The SDK is packaged to support authorized access to both user and app accounts of the OAuth-restricted Twitter APIs.
If your app uses OAuth as a means of authentication, you are likely storing users' OAuth tokens in a database. To maintain the secrecy of these tokens, you can use encryption both in transit and at rest. This article shows how SecureDB can encrypt OAuth tokens in a matter of minutes.
Back in September 2012, ProgrammableWeb reported that Schoology had launched the Schoology App Center which features third-party applications built with the Schoology API and developer platform. To further encourage the use of the Schoology platform and "promote the open exchange of data" by education technology developers, Schoology has announced the release of the SIS Integration Platform, a turnkey solution that allows the integration of the Schoology platform with Student Information Systems (SIS) that provide a web API.
BioID has enhanced its biometrics as a service portfolio with the launch of its PhotoVerify API. Part of the BioID Web Services suite, the PhotoVerify API compares a live image against a photo ID to verify identity. The API approach lowers time and cost associated with advanced identification.