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Dynamsoft announced Dynamic Web TWAIN v11 support of HTML5 in IE for Windows and Chrome, Safari and Firefox on Mac, enabling users to scan documents in these HTML5-based browsers.
EFI announced API access to its Fiery digital front-end platform. The Fiery API allows service providers to integrate Fiery servers with existing IT infrastructure.
This tutorial shows you how to create a Node.js web application that prints and mails an Instagram photo. It uses Express.js as the framework and the Instagram and Lob Print APIs.
This article highlights companies using deep learning-based computer vision technology and/or providing platforms featuring automatic photo tagging and classification services.
Six APIs were added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in Writing and Customer Service categories, among others. Also added were several libraries for use with the DocuSign API.
We’ve added 6 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Healthcare, Authentication, and eCommerce, among others. Also added were client libraries for the Instagram API.
New APIs added in the past day include solutions for ecommerce and geolocation applications. Also, two PHP SDKs for ESPN were added, as well as some sample code for Getty Images.
This short example uses a snippet based integration of the Pixlr online photo editor into a Web site or Web application through the use of the Pixlr API.
Kairos, a face recognition and biometrics startup, has acquired IMRSV and released a new set of facial biometrics tools for developers.
AYLIEN has partnered with Imagga to offer a hybrid text and image analysis service and upcoming Image Analysis API.
Accusoft API integrates any-format HTML5 document viewing into web applications.
Google last week announced the beta release of Google Container Registry, a service for secure hosting, sharing and management of private container repositories.
Despite Instagram having fixed an API vulnerability, supposedly private photos are still vulnerable to unauthorized access thus proving how difficult API security can be.