“Organizations are spending millions on multiple web app and API security tools. On average, they spend $2.6 million on 11 web app and API security tools every year.”
Web apps are critical to most businesses' success — yet security tools haven't kept pace with development innovations.
To understand today’s application security tipping point, we conducted research in partnership with @esg_global.
— Fastly (@fastly) September 7, 2021
— Domain Market Research (@domain_research) September 29, 2021
— Cloudflare (@Cloudflare) September 28, 2021
Organization that support citizen developers score 33% higher on measures of innovation. The time for low code/no code is now https://t.co/zw9viW5yN0 Sponsored by @servicenow pic.twitter.com/u92IRdQFx6
— Forbes (@Forbes) July 7, 2020
This app developer resource provides A to Z knowledge to monetize your apps: how to choose from various monetization models, the difference between SDKs and APIs, how to set up header bidding, best practices, and more.
— MoPub (@mopub) August 10, 2021
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— DoCoNation (@doconation) September 10, 2021
The content provenance startup Truepic is launching a software development kit (SDK) that will enable any app with an internal camera to authenticate a photo’s metadata, including a time stamp and geolocation, as the image is being captured. https://t.co/Qq2vpbx6VP
— Fast Company (@FastCompany) September 16, 2021
Stipop (YC S21) helps consumer app developers add stickers to their chats by providing an easy-to-install Sticker SDK. They now power over 100 apps and generate 200M sticker views per month.https://t.co/uxqK6997Lm
— Y Combinator (@ycombinator) September 13, 2021
Breaking News: Apple can no longer force developers to use its payment system in apps, a judge ruled. The decision could upend the economics of a $100 billion market. https://t.co/1Sn89aSILg
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 10, 2021