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Yelp Announces New API Console

Yelp Announces New API Console

Yelp announced that it’s giving developers a new API Console enabling them to “explore the detail and depth of responses” returned by its API without having to write any code. It’s also ending v1 of the API. “Yelp’s API allows any developer to build rich user experiences by integrating Yelp’s local business information, reviews, and pictures into their web and …

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Google Container Engine Released in Beta, Container Registry Generally Available

Google Container Engine Released in Beta, Container Registry Generally Available

Google announced the beta release of Google Container Engine and the general availability of Google Container Registry. Container Engine enables you to run Docker containers on Google Cloud Platform, powered by Kubernetes. Container Engine schedules containers based on the needs you’ve declared on a cluster of virtual machines. “While containers make packaging apps easier, DevOps and IT administrators need better …

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Google Cloud Platform Gains Logentries Integration

Google Cloud Platform Gains Logentries Integration

Google announced the real-time integration of third party log analytics service Logentries with Google Cloud Platform for “near real-time” log streaming and analysis. Cloud Platform customers, as a result, gain a new choice for log management and analytics including anomaly detection. Logentries can now be used with Google App Engine and Cloud Dataflow or similar services. “Thanks to Google Cloud …

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Google App Engine For PHP Is Now Available To All

Google App Engine For PHP Is Now Available To All

Google announced that it has peeled the “beta” label off App Engine for PHP, and is now making it available to all customers. Here’s an in-depth look from Google I/0 2013, when it was first unveiled: “App Engine’s default security policies and ability to patch underlying infrastructure automatically — even on apps in production — help reduce your apps’ susceptibility …

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Amazon Web Services Launches New EC2 Instances

Amazon announced the launch of new M4 instances for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). These are the next generation of general purpose instances, and make use of custom 2.4 GHz Intel Xeon E5-2676 v3 Haswell processors, and offer dedicated bandwidth to Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS). The instances provide Enhanced Networking for higher packet per second performance, lower network …

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Facebook Page Plugin Gets New Features Including Call To Action Buttons

Earlier this year at its F8 developers conference, Facebook announced the Page plugin, which is replacing the LIke Box for websites. It’s a way for sites to embed and promote a Facebook Page, and enables site visitors to like or share the page directly from the website itself. The idea is that it can help you drive both engagement and …

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Amazon Redshift Now Lets You Get More For Your Money

First unveiled in 2012, Amazon made petabyte-scale data warehouse service Amazon Redshift available to all Amazon Web Services customers in 2013. Last year, it got faster data nodes. Now, Amazon has announced that it is making Dense Storage with Redshift faster and more cost-effective with a second-generation instance type, DS2. This has twice the memory and compute power of DS1, …

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Apple Watch Gets Software Update, More Developer Tools

Apple previewed the new watchOS 2 update to its Apple Watch software today at WWDC. It gives developers the ability to build faster and more powerful apps natively on Apple Watch, and lets them take advantage of hardware features like the Digital Crown, Taptic Engine, heart rate sensor, accelerometer and microphone. New APIs let them enable audio and video playback …

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Here’s Google’s Google I/O Talk For iOS Developers

You don’t typically associate Google developer events with iOS, but while Google I/O was largely about Android, there was a surprising amount of iOS discussion from the company last week. For one, the the company announced that it’s expanding app indexing (which is now a ranking signal for mobile search results) to iOS. At Google I/O, the company held a …

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A Closer Look At The New Android M Permissions

Google unveiled the developer preview of Android M last week, and among the new additions are some changes to permissions. “Apps can trigger requests for permissions at runtime, in the right context, and users can choose whether to grant the permission,” explained Android product manager Jamal Eason. “Making permission requests right when they’re needed means users can get up and …

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4 Important Google I/O Videos For Android Developers

With Google I/O in full swing, Google has been sharing some of the presentations it has already given. There have been a ton of announcements for Android developers as usual, and of course, some lengthy discussions centered largely around them. Google introduced Android M in developer preview, so you’ll definitely want to check out the What’s New in Android segment: …

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Google Launches App Invites Toolkit To Help Developers Get More Users

While in beta, Google has a new toolkit for mobile app developers called App Invites, which enables them to provide users with…you guessed it. They’re making it available to both Android and iOS app developers. Launch partners include UrbanSitter, Yummly, The CW, Coinbase and Picsart. According to Google, App Invites let developers increase reach, deep link new users to custom …

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