The Sphero SDK allows developers to create mobile apps utilizing the ball gaming system. Sphero provides SDK access for both iOS (written in Objective-C) and Android (written in Java) devices. Developers can change everything from the setup and color of the UI to the actual functionality of the ball. Sphero is a robotic ball gaming system that users can control with a tilt, touch, or swing from their smartphone or tablet.
Online gambling and betting APIs are part of a multi-billion dollar industry. In this post, we profile 10 gambling APIs that we feel are the leaders in their market.
Based on ProgrammableWeb's analysis of the industry and industry trends, here's a look at 10 of the top APIs in this space
Normally we'd give a brand new site a break for not immediately having an API. When it comes to the rabidly popular FourSquare, which launched in March, developers have been clamoring to build on top of the service. So, today's launch of the FourSquare API (our FourSquare API profile) is bound to be met with extreme enthusiasm.
Twitch today announced the Twitch Mobile Software Development Kit (SDK), which will eventually let mobile device gamers capture, archive, and live-broadcast their games to Twitch, a social network for gamers that already has a large presence on consoles and PCs. Android and iOS device owners have access to the Twitch community through a dedicated mobile app, but it allows only for viewing and interacting with content that's already been posted to the site. For mobile gaming fanatics, things are about to get a whole lot more interesting.