The Radar Android SDK allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Radar with other applications and to create locations using Java or C for Android applications. Some example SDK methods include managing users, managing geofences, retrieving queries by locations, and managing events. Radar provides a location platform for applications that offers various functions based on location and location data for application developers and publishers.
It used to be you could change anything layered on top of a map, but you couldn't change the underlying map itself. Now you have several options for changing the color palette and the visibility of different objects that make up your base map. The options vary on the amount you can customize and how much work is required. But all three of these APIs can have you map scripting with style.
Windows Phone, or Windows Mobile if you prefer, is well and truly dead. Microsoft executive Joe Belfiore recently shared the news through his personal Twitter account. Microsoft is no longer actively developing new features or hardware for the platform, which has been retired. Here's why.
Seven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Financial, Advertising, and Location. Highlights include an API for an auto parts database, an API for business microservices, and an API for financial news data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.