The Preact .NET SDK by Preact communicates with the API to access data, useful to organize personal information in health predictions applications. It includes person object and event object. Examples demonstrate how to upgrade a user and purchase an item.
How you sleep determines how you feel the next day, and continuous sleep disruptions and issues can even lead to health problems. Being able to monitor your sleep patterns would be the best way to pick up any issues and, if necessary, put plans in action to solve them. Beddit is just that; a sleep monitoring tool that is simple and easy to use. The user sets up the device next to their bed and the device automatically sends the captured data to the Beddit web app. The company also provides the Beddit API which means that developers can create applications that can access the information in Beddit com.
Today, Golgi opened its doors with a mission to kill the spinning wheel icon that displays while poor-performing apps struggle to load and update. Golgi’s data transfer platform allows apps to receive information 20 times faster. On the eve of Golgi’s launch, ProgrammableWeb caught up with CTO Brian Kelly to better understand the platform.
As machine learning and predictive analytics become more prevalent in businesses, predictive APIs are starting to open up. Are predictive APIs right for your organization? Louis Dorard provides a framework to help you decide and begin to consider the question of which APIs to use.