This, said Square in its announcement, was done to cater to the niche needs of businesses.
‘KintoHub’ weaves together all the tools needed to create microservices easily, without any of the accompanying headaches.
YouTube has offered video creators a new way they can make money. Now, it offers certain developers something more.
The service claims to tackle a major headache of developers – that of their software being mistakenly marked as ‘malware’, leading to a lot of heartburn, not to mention waste of time & effort.
Snap Kit lets developers integrate some of Snapchat’s best features across your platform, & lets your community share their favorite moments from your app.
With Sonar, engineers have a highly flexible, intuitive way to inspect & understand the structure & behavior of their iOS & Android applications.
Called, ‘Yellow’, the accelerator starts off with a treasure chest of US $150,000, which it will invest in 10 different creators or startups beginning this fall.
With the release of ‘Fuse Open’, the entire platform, tooling & libraries are now available for free. The team will be removing the paid professional plan, & will make features & source code available for everyone to use or contribute to.
The new dongle runs the latest developer preview of Android TV on P, & it has Google Assistant built-in.
On iOS, Timeline will be built into the Edge app, & on Android, you’ll find it integrated with the Microsoft Launcher.
Amazon’s announced the general availability in the US for in-skill purchasing, which allows the creator of an Alexa skill to sell Content to an Alexa user–both one-off purchases & monthly or yearly subscriptions.