This project is an SDK for Uber, the international transportation network, created by the company Apimatic in New Zealand. Resources include instructions to configure, build, and use the elements provided in Java language with the aim to construct Android applications. To work with this content, developers need to download Eclipse and export JARs files. For more information, contact email@example.com
The creators of XML Travelgate have rebranded the company with the launch of its new, GraphQL-based travel platform: TravelgateX. TravelgateX includes over 100 travel APIs and aims to be the single, global marketplace for both suppliers and buyers in the travel and tourism space.
Oracle today is launching an enhanced version of the service bus it uses to expose back-end applications running in the cloud or on premises to mobile applications alongside a new application development framework for building those applications.
API service provider Mashery (a ProgrammableWeb sponsor) has launched a new app directory at SXSW which features apps built on Mashery hosted APIs. It’s a great thing for three distinct groups. First, it helps the API providers who partner with Mashery by encouraging API usage through the apps. Second, it helps app developers seeking to build an audience. Third, it helps consumers that might be interested in finding an app that uses a particular API. Granted, those would be your super savvy mobile app consumers, but that doesn’t seem so far fetched after a week at "spring break for geeks."