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Find the Impacts of Real time Voice Chat API for Dating Apps

April 1, 2021
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Introduction: Dating has not changed much, but online dating has certainly created a shift in the paradigm. Communication with potential dating partners depended on their proximity they could establish to know each other. However, the internet and the usage of communication APIs have now facilitated multiple channels. Interested individuals can connect on a real-time basis […]

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5 Ways How Virtualization Can Streamline the API Development Process

April 6, 2020
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In API development, API virtualization is the final frontier. After creating and testing with individual software parts, like stubs or mocks, API developers finally encounter a full virtual copy of the API. Given that the virtualization mirrors all the important specifications of the API, it enables developers to cover a lot of ground.  But API […]

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How APIs Help Businesses to Deliver Value

December 20, 2019
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For a growing number of businesses, apps have become the most important way they connect with their customers. Just look at your device and this readily becomes apparent as the odds are that you have apps from several brands that you connect with on an almost daily basis. However, there is another level of connection […]

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Quick introduction to QR Barcodes

February 10, 2011
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In case you don’t know what a QR barcode is, it’s basically a barcode like the ones you know from the supermarket, except it’s more advanced than that and it looks different as well (see picture to the right). QR stands for “Quick Response” and is already being widely used in Asia for some time. […]

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BlackBerry API Gears Up For Mobile Shopping

August 21, 2010
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With the imminent arrival of the new Motorola ES400, RIM is already adding EDA-like capabilities to its Blackberry phones. When the BlackBerry 6 mobile operating system was released with the BlackBerry Torch 9800, it already supported an API for barcode scanning, one of the main features of a typical EDA. An API or Application Programming […]

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