Topic: software development kit

SD Times news digest: Dynamsoft Camera SDK for iOS, ZeroStack cloud program, and Loom’s AIOps platform

Dynamsoft announced an new SDK for iOS app developers to rapidly add document scanning capabilities. Built-in capabilities include automatic document border detection and artifact reductions. The SDK will allow users to take photos with an iPhone and capture the documents at desktop-scanner quality. “There’s no end to the possibilities of leveraging the iPhone as a … continue reading

New platforms from AWS for game developers, Safer Internet Day 2016, and an IoT SDK from C-Labs—SD Times new digest: Feb. 9, 2016

Amazon has announced that Amazon Lumberyard, a free, cross-platform 3D game engine for developers, is available to download in beta for PC and console developers. (Mobile and VR versions are coming soon.) Non-technical game developers can add cloud-connected features to a game through a drag-and-drop GUI, and other game developers can connect their games to … continue reading

DJI launches new embedded computer for drone developers

DJI is giving developers a new tool for developing drone applications. The company announced the DJI Manifold, a high-performance embedded computer designed to fly. Manifold takes advantage of DJI’s Onboard SDK and provides a user-friendly system. “With the Manifold, we are entering a new era of smarter, faster and more powerful aerial platforms,” said Michael … continue reading

Rewind helps developers to ‘never miss a bug’

If you ran into an issue in a mobile application and knew there was an easy way to report it, would you? As a user, you might, or you might simply delete the app. For QA teams and users of company apps, though, it’s not a choice. They need their company’s application to run well. … continue reading

Google’s self-driving car, Microsoft Azure Media Services live streaming, and Apple’s first automatic security update—SD Times news digest: Dec. 23, 2014

Google has unveiled the first prototype of its self-driving vehicle. The vehicle was first revealed in May, but the car Google presented was just a mockup without headlights. “Since then, we’ve been working on different prototypes-of-prototypes, each designed to test different systems of a self-driving car—for example, the typical ‘car’ parts like steering and braking, … continue reading

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