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.
Rpost made its name in the compliance space through its Rpost API and core products: email proof, privacy, and electronic signatures. Rpost’s core offering won a customer list full of household names across many industries, both public and private (Whole Foods, AT&T, and Civpol to name a few). Rpost now aims to bring its compliance strategy to all internet transactions via RPost Cloud.
From lights and switches to people and cars, SmartThings aims at communicating with everyday devices through a smartphone. With the availability of the SmartThings API, developers can add similar functionality with third party applications to create a more automated world. Although SmartThings strongly believes in the power of smart and mobile devices, it believes the inherent intelligence of smart devices will remain limited. Accordingly, SmartThings exists to transfer the “intelligence” of such devices to the application layer, and away from the physical device itself.