Topic: monetization

JRebel for Android is out, Red Hat launches OpenShift Dedicated, and a startup wants to monetize open source─SD Times news digest: Dec. 15, 2015

JRebel for Android, a productivity tool that enables developers to see their code and resource changes instantly, is now ready to be used. The version 1.0 release includes support for debugger integration, Android Studio 1.0 and later (including 2.0 preview builds), both Android emulators and devices, and incremental install. More information is available here. Red … continue reading

URX introduces AppViews for mobile deep linking user recommendations

Mobile deep linking startup URX has announced the launch of AppViews, a new type of link establishing contextually relevant connections between apps by recommending user actions. URX sees AppViews as the next step in deep linking—building on existing app-to-app pathways to increase discovery by not only facilitating users from one app to another, but also … continue reading

Facebook announces Messenger Platform, Parse IoT SDKs, app analytics at F8

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a new developer platform for its Messenger application today during the keynote of the company’s F8 developer conference. Along with an SDK available today, Facebook’s new Messenger Platform will enable developers to integrate apps and services directly inline in the Messenger composer. The Messenger applications demoed—apps providing GIFs, text animations, … continue reading

Deeplink debuts connective AppWords platform and SDK

Deeplink, a mobile deep-linking startup provider of a developer platform and app network of native retargeted deep links, has announced the launch of AppWords, a mobile search platform and SDK enabling developers to perform intent-based keyword searches for app content. AppWords, just out of beta, is designed to enable developers who integrate the SDK with … continue reading

Paddle provides new monetization tools

Building a successful application in this marketplace can be a bit like trying to row without a paddle. But there’s a new startup in town called Paddle, which hopes to help developers monetize their applications and monitor those purchases through a suite of new tools. Christian Owens, CEO of Paddle, said that “Paddle doesn’t want … continue reading

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