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Twilio Introduces Add-on Management API

Cloud communications company Twilio has announced early access for the new Add-on Management API. Developers can use the Twilio Add-on Management API to programmatically install, configure, and enable Add-ons in applications.

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By |May 23rd, 2017|Hacker Culture|0 Comments

GitHub Adds to its Developer Tool Portfolio

GitHub just announced a number of new tools to help developers build more effectively. Highlights include a production ready version of the GitHub GraphQL API, the GitHub Marketplace, and GitHub apps.

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By |May 23rd, 2017|Hacker Culture|0 Comments

Google Announces Cloud IoT Core to Help Connect and Manage IoT Devices

The Internet of Things has seen significant growth in the last few years and enterprises are looking to manage their large device installations. It is not surprising to note that the big players in the cloud space have been positioning themselves as IoT platform providers, since they have many of the necessary services in place.

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By |May 22nd, 2017|Hacker Culture|0 Comments

PFS Will Continue to Welcome API Developers to Integrate with Their Core Banking Platform

Prepaid Financial Services (PFS) Ltd, an alternative banking provider and e-money issuer today announced that they will continue to welcome all API developers who are looking to integrate their solution into a full end to end banking platform that can support current accounts, SEPA payments, Faster payments and merchant acquiring solutions.

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By |May 21st, 2017|Hacker Culture|0 Comments

Why Following the Robustness Principle with Your APIs Might Be a Good Idea

When you break your monolith up into microservices connected by exposed APIs, you expect these services to be decoupled and independently releasable. But too often they still aren't. Jose Luis Ordiales Coscia over at the Klarna blog explains how to fix this problem with the robustness principle.

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By |May 20th, 2017|Hacker Culture|0 Comments

Daily API RoundUp: MetGIS, Yelp GraphQL, Smart Flow

Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.

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By |May 19th, 2017|Hacker Culture|0 Comments

Google Lays New Groundwork to Spread Adoption of VR and AR

Virtual reality and augmented reality each received plenty of attention on stage during Google's I/O developer conference. The company has new hardware on deck while it looks to ensure the two types of content are available from within more apps both on and off the web.

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By |May 19th, 2017|Hacker Culture|0 Comments

Google Assistant Picks Up New SDK as It Expands to More Hardware

Google's voice-based assistant took on new powers this week and increased its compatibility with hardware platforms -- including Apple's iPhone. With Assistant's growing user base and expanded skillset, Google thinks it's time for developers to add Assistant to their own hardware.

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By |May 18th, 2017|Hacker Culture|0 Comments

Automatic Notifications from Amazon's Alexa Coming Soon

Amazon has announced the upcoming release of Alexa notification capability. Developers will soon be able to empower certain skills with notifications through the Alexa Voice Service (AVS) and Alexa Skills Kit (ASK). Once the functionality is available, Alexa users can opt-in to receive voice notifications automatically from Alexa on information of particular interest.

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By |May 18th, 2017|Hacker Culture|0 Comments

Google Makes Instant Apps Available to All Developers

Google today opened up its Android Instant Apps tool to all developers, allowing any app writer to create and publish an instant app. The idea is to increase the likelihood that people will find your app and, based on a preview within the browser, elect to install it.

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By |May 18th, 2017|Hacker Culture|0 Comments