Travelport is a company that focuses on e-commerce for travel purposes either by land or air. Users can benefit from this SDK that is available by request to create applications and increase sales. Technical requirements include Message Envelope SOAP 1.1, Message Transfer HTTP 1.1, Encryption SSL 3.0, and Web Service Description Language WSDL 1.1, an XML-based interface definition language. See more of what the SDK can do for a travel project at https://developer.travelport.com/euf/assets/developer-network/pdfs/desktop_SDK_factsheet.pdf
The database that tried to be everything to everyone is being replaced by more specific tools. The Google Base API, launched in 2005, has been deprecated. In its place, Google suggests using its new Google Shopping Search API for finding products and Shopping Content API for merchants to add products. The new APIs will help Google focus on the most common uses of Google Base. However, the change means that developers will have to update code and that some non-shopping applications will be left without a replacement.
Body Labs introduced API access to its SOMA technology. SOMA scans a single photo of a human; analyzes the photo along with the subject's height, weight, and gender; and then generates a 3D model and digital measurements for the subject. The SOMA Shape API provides programmatic access to the tech.