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deepstreamHub launches realtime apps platform
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 by Christian Hargrave
The Berlin-based startup deepstreamHub officially launches its platform for developing real-time apps. The platform gives app developers access to all the necessary functions to build reliable and scalable apps with real-time functionality from the ground up. These features include - among others - collaboration, chat and messaging tools; VR, IoT and location tracking a...
ironSource now includes AdMob in their mediation network
Tuesday, March 7, 2017 by Christian Hargrave
ironSource announced the expansion of their integration with AdMob as a network partner of their Supply Side Platform. Publishers using the ironSource Mediation SDK can now leverage AdMob as a premium demand source for rewarded video in addition to interstitials. This incrementally increases competition for their video inventory, and maximizes global fill rates and eCPM...
12 interesting uses for WebRTC
Friday, February 24, 2017 by Richard Harris
Editor's note: Guest submission by Sherwin Sim, CTO of Temasys CommunicationsIf you’re new to Web Real Time Communication (WebRTC), you may be under the impression that this technology is similar to Microsoft Skype - a free, Web-based chat service.It’s more than that. WebRTC is actually a far different animal, altogether.Unlike Skype, WebRTC is an open source proje...
VMKings launch a new VPS hosting program aimed at developers
Wednesday, February 8, 2017 by Christian Hargrave
VMKings, a cloud provider for developers, has launched its VPS (Virtual Private Server) hosting solution. Due to the private nature of the VPS technology, developers can now be the administrators of their solution without having to worry about maintenance.While other cloud solution providers (CSPs) offer generalized services to all sectors, VMKings, created by a team of...
GM releases NGI SDK for developing infotainment invehicle apps
Thursday, February 2, 2017 by Richard Harris
General Motors just launched a next generation infotainment software development kit (NGI SDK) allowing software developers around the world to develop and test in-vehicle applications for GM’s infotainment systems: Chevrolet MyLink, Buick and GMC Intellilink and Cadillac CUE. With the NGI SDK, apps can be built to run directly on the vehicle using HTML5 and JavaSc...