Developers

  • Code Jam returns: Do you have what it takes?

    … Today we invite anyone with a passion for coding—from students to professionals, and newbies to pros—to sign up for Code Jam, Google's largest, most challenging programming competition. Last year, Code Jam welcomed 60,000 Code Jammers from more than 130 countries. The competition features multiple online rounds of intense, algorithmic problems…

    The Official Google Blog- 15 readers -
  • Apple: Jan. 1, 2017, Was iTunes App Store’s Biggest Day Ever

    … than $17 million in total for the World Wildlife Fund and (RED), respectively. iPhone and iPad users have access to over 21,000 iMessage apps. Users can subscribe to services from more than 20,000 apps. The App Store’s subscription billings reached $2.7 billion in 2016, up 74 percent from 2015. Readers: Did you spend money on the App Store on New Year’s Day? Image courtesy of ymgerman / Shutterstock.com. …

    AllFacebook- 25 readers -
  • Facebook’s Favorite Hacks of 2016

    … for Account Kit to its Android software-development kit also emerged from a hackathon. Facebook also detailed its work on Nuclide and Atom at its multiple-day Space Camp hackathon: Nuclide is Facebook’s open-source integrated developer environment for iOS, React Native and web development. During our three-day-long summer hackathon, one engineer decided…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 24 readers -
  • Facebook 2016 Open-Source Year in Review (Infographic)

    … Facebook launched 77 new open-source projects in 2016, yielding 60,000 commits and bringing its total to nearly 400 projects and more than 500,000 followers. Open-source developer advocate Christine Abernathy offered an overview of the social network’s 2016 open-source efforts, as well as the infographic below, in a blog post. Highlights…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 22 readers -
  • Facebook Pulls Facebook Live API Access From Prisma

    … the app’s developers: Your app streams video from a mobile device camera, which can already be done through the Facebook app. The live video API is meant to let people publish live video content from other sources such as professional cameras, multicamera setups, games or screencasts. Lomas pointed out that the frequently asked questions page…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 15 readers -
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