The Tumblr iOS SDK by Bryan Irace, developer at Tumblr, aims to be an unopinionated library to integrate data into mobile iOS and desktop OS X applications. It requires iOS 5 and OS X 10.7. Contents include CocoaPods, documentation, authentication, API client, inter-app communication, UI features, and example.
It's just about two months until the next U.S. Presidential election. And regardless of who you plan to vote for, you probably have an opinion about which candidate you think will win. The new mash-up web site VoteNight gives you an opportunity to share your predictions with the slick use of the Google Maps API.
In a well-received move, major British newspaper The Guardian has opened up access to its content and data sets to third parties. The Guardian's Open Platform comprises both an API (our new Guardian API Profile) and a Data Store that provide access to multimedia content and data sets respectively. The Content API includes approximately 1,000,000 articles that go as far back as 1999 and in some cases much further back.
Transloadit offers media upload, modification, and storage as a service for developers who need that functionality (or, as Transloadit's homepage puts it, "geeks who run web or mobile applications") but don't want to worry about it themselves. There aren't too many moving parts to it, but they're ones a lot of applications make use of. The Transloadit API's main functions include: file upload, image resizing, video file encoding, image thumbnail creations, and file storage on Amazon S3.