Endpoint is a conference organized by API developers, for API developers. The conference will be held in Amsterdam on September 5, 2014. If you develop APIs for apps, websites or other clients, there’s certainly a session that will interest you.
To give you a feeling of what to expect at the Endpoint conference we’ve talked with Kamyar Mohager, who will be in Amsterdam representing Linkedin. Kamyar will be delivering the opening keynote on September 5 at 9:00 so make sure you don’t miss it.
Since Google’s announcement of Glass people have been wondering about the possible applications that can be built on it and how it might increase one’s productivity. Well, your wait is over now, because Google has recently released the documentation on how to interact with Glass through their Mirror API.
According to the documentation, the Google Mirror API “allows you to build web-based services, called Glassware, that interact with Google Glass”. Even better is the fact that this functionality doesn’t need that you run any code on Glass itself, since all interactions are done via RESTful endpoints.