March 2, 2016
Single purpose API
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Real-time and the real-time web continue to be a hot topic of conversation but is the term "real-time" getting used correctly? When we talk about real-time technology are we truly describing what the technology is delivering or is it being used and abused as just another marketing buzz word? Can we class any of the current technology solutions as truly real-time and can other solutions be defined in any other way? Is it too late to save "real-time" or will it forever be lost to marketing?
Einstein once said, “People like us…know that the distinction between past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” The Recorded Future API provides developers with tools they need to predict, and perhaps even affect (or perhaps even effect), the future.
In the highly competitive world of app development it is crucial to understand how end users are interacting with applications. TappingStone analyses user information that is pulled from an application via the TappingStone API and provides a set of predictions that could allow an application to adapt in real-time. TappingStone could, for example, decide what users in a freemium setting are likely to become paid customers and offer them a promotion to ensure they stay around.