The official New Relic iOS SDK offers contents to install the SDK, instrument code, create interactions, create custom metrics, and track custom network requests. What the New Relic API can do for developers is to monitor web applications and manage software components. To learn more about the API, visit https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/apis
Pusher has just announced a new competition that challenges developers with the task of adding cool engaging realtime features to an application using the Pusher API. Winning apps will get prizes that include an 11 inch Macbook Air and a ticket to the Keeping it Realtime Conference.
Google has given developers more tools to control and manage the Google Assistant in myriad devices. In addition to new languages and countries, developers can take advantage of new device management APIs in order to let consumers exercise more control over their smart hardware.
As announced on the Flickr Blog, Flickr has launched a new website for developers: Flickr Code. And besides announcing the new site they've both a) given interesting details on just how much API traffic they do each day (see below), and b) they announced they're open sourcing Flickr Uploadr, the cross-platform (Windows and OS X) desktop tool for uploading photos to Flickr.