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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.
The USS Connect API provides an interface to the online print shop for Unitedprint.com SE allowing business customers and resellers to place automatic orders.
Unitedprint.com launched the USS Connect API to automate the online printing process. Users no longer need to visit the unitedprint.com website to place an order.
Despite Instagram having fixed an API vulnerability, supposedly private photos are still vulnerable to unauthorized access thus proving how difficult API security can be.
Printchomp's Print API puts the power of a user-friendly print and mail infrastructure at developers' fingertips.
Facebook subsidiary Oculus VR has released an SDK for developers that is, at least in this initial version, exclusively designed for the Samsung Gear Innovator Edition on Note 4.
Photo-sharing service Snapchat has started warning people who use unauthorized third-party apps that take advantage of its undocumented API.
Lytro, creator of an innovative photography technology, has unveiled its first development kit that promising photographers the ability to create perfect photos with ease.
Giphy, animated search engine for discovering and sharing GIF images, has expanded its API offering to included a Sticker API.
Last week, popular photo-sharing service Snapchat made headlines after photos its users had sent were leaked. Snapsaved.com has acknowledged that it was the source of the incident.
The Pixfizz API lets third-party Web and mobile app developers include Pixfizz functionality within their apps.
Print 3D for Me uses the Shapeways API to start a keychain photo business. Google backs away from the Pointer Events API, hurting developers.