December 9, 2016
Chris Crum
About Chris Crum
Chris Crum is a staff writer and content coordinator for iEntry.

Google Launches New Machine Learning Show For Developers

May 11, 2016 Chris Crum

Google announced the launch of a new show  called “Machine Learning: Recipes for New Developers” on the Google Developers YouTube channel. The company intends to use it to teach developers “the ropes” of machine learning without requiring major prerequisites like calculus. That’s in the first few episodes at least, the […]

Facebook Announces Open Source Parse Server Dashboard

May 10, 2016 Chris Crum

As you know, Facebook announced in January that it’s shutting down Parse, its cloud-based platform for cross-platform apps, which lets developers create rich social apps integrated with Facebook across platforms like iOS, Android, HTML5, etc. Parse is to be fully retired by January 28, 2017. The company and others have […]

Google Launches Google My Business API

May 6, 2016 Chris Crum

This week, Google announced the launch of the Google My Business API aimed at making it easier for big businesses and third parties to integrate with the Google My Business platform and publish updates to customers on Google Search and Google Maps. One way businesses can use this is to […]

Developer Sandbox Is Now Open For Pinterest

May 4, 2016 Chris Crum

Pinterest announced the opening of its developer sandbox enabling any developer to access its API and start building apps and integrations.When a developer is ready to launch it publicly, they can submit it for review and what Pinterest calls a “quick” approval.

New Features Were Added To Yahoo’s Mobile Developer Suite

May 3, 2016 Chris Crum

Earlier this year, Yahoo launched its Mobile Developer Suite aimed at helping developers “understand, measure, advertise, monetize, and enhance” their apps. The suite came with five new products including: Flurry Analytics Explorer, Yahoo App Publishing, Yahoo App Marketing, Yahoo Search in Apps, and Flurry Pulse. At a developer event on […]

API Gateway Comes To AWS

April 15, 2016 Chris Crum

Amazon just announced Amazon API Gateway, which is aimed at making it easier to build and run “reliable, secure” APIs at any scale. It’s a fully managed service that lets AWS customers create, publish, maintain, monitor, and secure APIs.

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