The iOS SDK for OAuth.io is written in Objective-C to enable developers build apps that indiscriminately implement OAuth integrations of the more than 100 providers affiliated to the OAuth.io API. Developers can install it into their iOS apps by either exporting it from Cocoapods or pulling it manually in XCode.
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.
Yahoo! has announced the rollout of some limited tests for OpenID's Simple Registration specification. If you're not familiar with OpenID, it's an innovative way for handling user authentication that provides a free and easy way to use a single digital identity across the Internet.
All across the application integration landscape, we’re starting to see the rise of citizen integrators, classes of end users who have enough skills to integrate data without the aid of a developer. The latest provider of an integration platform to cater to these citizen developers is Informatica, which has unveiled an Intelligent Data Platform that allows end users to take advantage of graphical tools to integrate various data sets on their own.