The LinkedIn iOS SDK by LinkedIn gives developers the tools they need to integrate LinkedIn into their iOS applications. This SDK provides SSO authentication, deeper linking into member data, wrappers to make authenticated calls to LinkedIns APIs, and more.
One of the more subtle trends starting to emerge as 2014 approaches is that end users are increasingly self-servicing their data integration requirements. As integration services continue to mature in the cloud, the days of end users' dependence on developers to connect various sets of data are coming to a close. A case in point is Adeptia, a provider of data and application integration software that plans to extend the reach of its software directly to end users.
The Take.io API from Brazil has a REST protocol with data formats in XML and JSON. According to Take.net, "The take.io RESTful API currently defines five services: SSO, Core, Billing, Messages and Reports." The company states further that, "Take.io is Take.net DNA translated into a set of APIs designed to allow companies to use SMS, MMS, voice, pricing, location, CRM, etc., all of which are integrated with their existing systems."