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A few years ago when Brigham Young students wanted to create a site based on university data, they were forced to scrape the university's website. Now BYU has launched a university-wide API and is about to launch a developer portal. David Raths explains what the future holds for APIs at BYU.
Github releases its platform for Windows, Github 2.0. PayPal looks to use Apple's Touch ID for payments. Plus: Dropbox announces updates to the Sync and Datastore APIs, and SOA Software introduces API syndication.
GitHub announced that it will provide users with free access to an unlimited amount of private repositories, the only restriction being a limit of 3 collaborators per repository. GitHub also announced the unification of key enterprise products, with the intention of providing increased flexibility.