On stage at WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference) Apple’s Craig Federighi announced new developer tools to give app makers deeper search powers in iOS 9. The new search API will offer developers deep linking, and their users will be able to more easily conjure search results from within third-party apps with a single tap. The neat part, you do not need a web version counterpart like you currently do with Google’s App Indexing protocol.
Facebook’s API change severs Microsoft apps from friends’ info
Facebook has rolled out a new API (application programming interface) that has crippled most of the connections Microsoft built into its mobile and desktop apps to link with Facebook calendars, contacts and photos. It’s unclear which side, Microsoft or Facebook, is responsible for the broken connections. Although Facebook gave developers a year to make changes to their apps — to use the new API — the Menlo Park, Calif. company’s new rules made it impossible for the kind of information sharing Microsoft had previously enabled.
LogiGear CEO quoted in BloombergBusiness article about Danang Vietnam
Danang is recasting itself as the Singapore of Vietnam, touting a transparent and efficient government. A building boom has transformed the landscape into a budding metropolis, ranked at or near the top of the Vietnam Provincial Competitiveness Index for good
governance and business-friendly policies since 2007. “The high-tech government center is something you don’t find in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City,” LogiGear’s Hung Nguyen said. “They have some leeway to do things differently.”
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