Of the many APIs we published this week, fifteen were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll launch those fifteen into the spotlight, which included the Sendy API. Sendy is a self-hosted email application that claims to be 100 times cheaper than other services.
Bryan Parker founded ImageFly out of necessity: "To be honest, I was fed up with having to bounce around between image libraries when I was hammering out a project. It seems like it was GD one day, RMagick the next, and something else the next." ImageFly exists to simplify image modification. The ImageFly API grants developers many image editing tools within web properties and applications.
Chrome Intersection Observers
||The Chrome Intersection Observers API allows developers to determine when an element in their DOM is visible to the end user. If an element is only partially visible, the API can determine what...||Viewer||06.15.2016|
Microsoft Cognitive Services Emotion
||The Microsoft Cognitive Services Emotion API recognizes emotions expressed by one or more people in an image, and returns a face identification bounding box. It detects the following emotions:...||Recognition||05.26.2016|
Microsoft Cognitive Services Face
||The Microsoft Cognitive Services Face API offers cloud based human face recognition. Its main functionalities include face verification, similar face searching, automatic face grouping, and person...||Recognition||05.26.2016|
||The URL Meta API retrieves the details of URLs. A call to the API returns a breakdown of the parameters – such as page title, logo, page URL, image, description, and content type – that constitute a...||URLs||05.22.2016|
Microsoft Cognitive Services Computer Vision
||The Microsoft Cognitive Services Computer Vision API analyses images and returns information about them. It can be used to filter mature content or to detect faces in an image. Information such as...||Recognition||05.20.2016|