As consumption of digital media continues to grow on mobile over desktop, data aggregation service MightySignal provides visibility into the mobile app economy. The company gathers and indexes data around the technologies that mobile app companies use, making it available to users in real-time. The company recently published an interactive index of all of the SDKs used by the Top … Continue reading
Facebook this week introduced two major sets of developer tools for interacting with its various services. The company released a new software development kit for Apple’s Swift programming language, and added lots of new features to its Graph API 2.7. Both toolsets are available in preview form, with full launches expected in the fall.
HelloSign, an eSignature platform, has announced several feature updates to the HelloSign API. The HelloSign API can be used by developers to integrate document e-signing, embedded signing, auto-fill documents, major eSignature laws compliance, and other HelloSign platform capabilities with applications.
IBM announced that its Watson Conversation, a natural language interface within IBM Bluemix, has moved from Experimental to General Availability. Developers interested in including Watson Conversation features within third party apps need to move quickly as IBM will discontinue supporting the Experimental version on August 11, 2016.
Gnip’s Audience API, now generally available to all, promises to let brands and marketers glean real-time, in-the-moment data about audiences that convalesce around topics, events, or other users. The idea is to give companies as much information as possible about those with whom they might want to engage — be it directly or via marketing/advertising.
Hyperwallet, a payouts provider, revealed recently that its REST payout API has moved from public beta to full public availability. The announcement coincides with the launch of new Hyperwallet developer features, including software development kits (SDKs), additional API calls, and a bolstered self-serve developer portal. Hyperwallet has indicated that these new tools are intended to further expand API functionality and … Continue reading
If you ever need to analyze social media sites for your business analytics, you will notice two things: it takes some serious technical prowess to code everything yourself, and it takes some seriously deep pockets to get a consultant or a software company to do it for you. Fortunately, there are APIs that you can use to help with both … Continue reading