Telegram is a messaging application for mobile and desktop devices. Besides an Android SDK, Telegram provides a supported third party kit developed by Stepan Korshakov. This alternative named "S edition" is a version based on open-source telegram-api, mtproto and tl-core libraries. Instructional content displays how to build variants and how to build sources. Telegram API documentation is available in English and Russian languages. Just like the official Android app, this resource aims to help developers in building mobile applications with improved accessibility, security, and functionality.
Google recently improved its collection Android Pay APIs in a bid to boost adoption. Importantly, the APIs are now easier than ever to integrate into web sites and apps. Google says a few lines of code can add Android Pay as an option during checkout, giving consumers another avenue for paying.
Android 8 is making swift progress. Google this week made the final Android O APIs available to developers along with an updated SDK and fresh beta of the still-in-progress mobile operating system. Google hopes developers will use these finalized tools to update their apps for Android 8.
In a world where high demand and instant gratification is the norm, people are becoming more used to getting things now, and having to wait around for even a better quality product may seem unnecessary. When it comes to web development, the availability of toolkits that help developers to speed up the development process for their clients whilst still maintaining a high level of quality, is really helpful in this regard. WhateverWeb provides this kind of service. It's a mobile application development service that provides a toolkit for developing mobile centred applications. It also provides the WhateverWeb API to to make the whole process even more convenient.