August 28, 2017
CAD tools have assisted architects and engineers in product development for decades. Despite their widespread adoption and usefulness, two aspects of CAD tools remain pretty consistent across the CAD landscape: high costs and proprietary software. Sunglass aims to alleviate both pains of traditional CAD tools through the Sunglass API. Sunglass co-founder and CEO, Kaustuv DeBiswas, asserts: "We don't want to compete on a feature-by-feature basis" with traditional CAD tools. Rather, the Sunglass API constitutes a collaboration tool that serves "as the bridge for sharing 3D product design data and for managing version control for engineers and colleagues working across different systems."
For those hooked on their favourite series or programme, or for any kind of TV enthusiast, having access to detailed information on TV shows, blockbuster premieres or even local news is key. TitanTV is a free online TV guide service that claims to provide the most accurate over-the-air cable and satellite channel line-up's for a user's specific area, using it's patented geo-location technology. TitanTV provides the TitanTV API that allow users to access this functionality.
Today, Box announced a few developer-centric moves it hopes will fuel enterprise adoption and the app economy. First, Box revealed Box $rev--a program through which developers can monetize applications integrated with or built on the Box OneCloud platform. Box $rev monitors third party app integration and developers receive compensation based on integration levels. Additionally, Box released new SDKs for iOS and Android. The new SDKs allow developers to easily build apps that seamlessly integrate into Box with enterprise level security and scalability.