All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘APIs’

Twitter Launches ‘Twitter Marketing Platform Program’

Twitter announced the launch of the Twitter Marketing Platform Program, a new brand encompassing its network of partners – both through its Ads API and in measurement and targeting. “The companies in our new Marketing Platform Program have helped their clients reach new levels of success by improving their clients’ direct response, branding, and live initiatives across multiple verticals,” says …

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Google Explains Wallet Objects Concepts (Templates, Classes, Objects)

Google has put out a new informational developer video about the Wallet Objects platform, discussing templates, classes and objects. Google developers Maru Ahues Bouza and Peng Ying give you an in-depth overview. The two recently discussed the Wallet Objects API Java quick start in another video, which you can watch here. When Google launched the new Wallet app in September, …

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Pinterest Launches API, Partners With A Bunch Of Sites

Pinterest has launched an API, and partnered with a handful of brands to surface popular pins on their websites. Participating brands include AllRecipes, Better Homes and Garden, BuzzFeed, Disney’s Babble and BabyZone, Elle Magazine, Mashable, ModCloth, NBC News Digital’s iVillage, Nestlé, Random House, Snapguide, Target, Walmart, Wayfair, Whole Foods, Zappos and Zulily, The API allows these sites and apps to …

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Here’s A Lesson On The Google Wallet Objects API Java Quick Start

Google has put out a new Google Developers Live video on YouTube discussing the Wallet Objects API and how to get started with their Java quick start sample. This is designed to help developers get started with their integration quickly. It showcases authorizing access, inserting a new Wallet Objects class, using the Saved Wallet API and using the web service …

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Facebook Android SDK Gets Major Update

Facebook announced today that it has launched a major update to its Android SDK, bringing Share Dialog and support for the Object API to the operating system. “The Share Dialog offers a lightweight and consistent way to enable sharing to significantly enhance people’s sharing experiences from your app,” says Facebook’s Chris Lang. “People now have the option to share activity …

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Google+ For Android Gets Better Apps Support As Google Launches Google+ Domains API

As previously reported, Google is launching an update to its Google+ app for Android with a number of changes. Among them are some new features specifically for Google Apps customers. For example, the app supports multiple account, so coworkers can easily share stuff with one another from their smartphones, even if they primarily use it for personal purposes. You can …

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LinkedIn Mobile Gets Job Application Functionality

LinkedIn announced on Monday that it has added mobile job application functionality across its iOS and Android apps, as well as its mobile site. Those members seeking jobs will start seeing a new “Apply” button if the company they’re applying for collects applications with LinkedIn Recruiter. If the job poster collects applications through an ATS system, job candidates will see …

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LinkedIn Opens Up Company Page APIs

LinkedIn just announced that it’s opening up its company page APIs. This means developers can enable marketers to publish content to LinkedIn Company Pages, monitor conversations in real time and get analytics from the pages. “Initially available to a select group of partners, including Hootsuite, HubSpot, Spredfast, Adobe, Shoutlet, Percolate, Salesforce, and Sprinklr, the opening of LinkedIn’s Company Pages API …

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Google Analytics Real Time API Launches In Beta

Google has just extended an invitation to developers and marketers to take part in the beta for the Real Time Reporting API for Google Analytics. Google first launched real time analytics back in 2011. Since then, it’s been a must-use feature of Google Analytics, giving people a glimpse at where there traffic is coming from as it is happening. “Manually …

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Diffbot Uses Robots To Extract Data From E-commerce Sites

Diffbot announced today that it is relasing a new API that uses robots to understand and extract data from e-commerce sites. The robotics company, which uses vision, machine learning and artificial intelligence to analyze and extract data from web pages, appeared at the Bing-sponsored LAUNCH event last year, where it laid out is plans to make the entire web machine-readable. …

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Facebook Launches Local Currency Payments API, Sets Date For Facebook Credits Death

About a year ago, Facebook announced that it was launching subscription payments and local currency support for in-app payments while getting rid of Facebook Credits. In March, the company previewed local currency payments for game developers. Today, Facebook announced that it’s launching the local currency payments API for all game developers, and that on September 12, it will no longer …

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Google Launches Google Maps Engine API

Google has announced the launch of the Google Maps Engine API, which lets developers use Maps Engine in their own apps for the first time. Last year, Google relaunched Google Earth Builder as Google Maps Engine. “Maps Engine lets organizations use Google’s fast and reliable cloud infrastructure to layer their data on top of a Google Map and share their …

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