As most mobile development tools require a lot of configuration and hours spent by developers to juggle between accounts, Twitter decided to create a powerful and easy to use toolkit, called Fabric. Twitter’s Fabric was launched last year in October and allowed app developers to build their own apps on the Fabric platform. Twitter is constantly trying to make Fabric the best kit for building apps for iOS or Android and today they have announced nine new SDKs (Software Development Kits) that have been added to the platform.
Twitter didn’t spend a lot of time building these new services, because they have decided it was best to simply partner with providers that have already had all these tools. Just like Twitter’s Fabric platform helps you work faster and smarter, they have provided these new SDKs in the simplest way possible. That being said, here are the new SDKs you should be looking forward to:
- Appsee – This SDK is actually an analytics platform that makes developers understand how users can use their app.
- AWS – Short for Amazon Web Services, an actual cloud storage platform.
- GameAnalytics – This SDK focuses only on mobile game developers, as it is an analytic toolkit for this type of apps.
- Mapbox – Another focused SDK, but this time, it relates to map and navigation app developers and offers customizable maps with services relating to location and direction.
- Nuance – The Dragon NaturallySpeaking dictation service, which is one of the best speech recognition and translating service.
- Optimizely – A simple alpha or beta testing toolset for all kind of apps.
- PubNub – This SDK is brought to Fabric’s platform to help developers build and scale their apps globally, as it works like a data streaming network.
- SendGrid – An SDK mainly introduced to offer a better email service that can be used for marketing and transactional sendings.
- Stripe – A toolkit that adds payment infrastructure to a developer’s built app.