The LifePics service provides photo finishing and printing, including online storage and sharing of images. The LifePics iOS SDK provides tools that enable developers to integrate the LifePics OPEN (Open Photo eCommerce Network) API into iOS applications. This will allow select pictures to be printed automatically from a user's iOS device. The SDK requires a LifePics developer key for use, and supports iOS 7.0 and later. The easiest method of installation is using CocoaPods.
Are you in the business of selling video content? How will you broadcast it? The Applicaster API aims to help answer that increasingly complex question. Where once it was a matter of getting on a network, now it's an issue of delivering experiences over mobile, synching, caching and live streaming, coping with connectivity issues, and providing an Airplay experience.
Customer service-driven company Zappos, which first launched its developer program in June, is showing it's still focused on its Zappos API. The platform for platform shoes has been hard at work on a new version, according to Zappos' Will Young, though developers won't notice much difference quite yet.
This article is the third of a three part series from MLSDev that shows you how to build an eCommerce API using Ruby on Rails. In this part, readers are shown how to secure their online store by implementing registration and authorization. A Github project accompanies this series.