Released and supported by Instagram, this library allows Python applications to interface with the Instagram REST and search APIs. One can follow updates to this library on the Instagram Developer's Blog or the Stack Overflow community hub.
This source code demonstrates how to use the Mendely Python SDK to construct an application that consumes the Mendeley API. The tool is a command-line script that retrieves the number of people that have read a specific Mendeley document.
This example project demonstrates how developers can create applications using the Mendeley API and the Mendely Python SDK. The end result is a website interface that allows a user to see their Mendeley documents, library, and annotations, with the ability to search for a document with a unique identifier. The Mendeley API Python Example is build with Flask and Jinja2.
This Python SDK provides a link to the Mendely API for applications in Python. The SDK provides assistance with authentication, pagination, resource collection, and more, allowing easy access to the Mendeley API. To install, use the package manager pip.
How-to: Share a screenshot to a developer defined URL with Layar AR
This guide presents implementation steps to share screenshots on Facebook and Twitter using an URL predetermined by developers. The tutorial displays visual examples, instructions, and resources to handle file uploads in PHP, Django, and .NET 2.0 languages.
How-to: How to use Reddit’s JSON API to analyze post popularity
This guide mentions how to analyze posts' popularity using Reddit JSON API according to the main question asked by graduate student Clay McLeod: What factors draw people to certain Reddit posts while shunning others? With a Python script, users can download a CVS file with information about domain, subreddit, upvotes, downvotes, and number of comments. The data can be consequently analyzed with R statistic language.
The Dropbox Core API SDKs provide developers with several platform SDKs that they can import into their development environment. Developers can choose from different platform-specific libraries that wrap the raw HTTP calls to the Dropbox API. The SDKs are designed to shorten the distance between application and Dropbox integration. Supported languages & operating systems include:Python, Ruby, PHP, Java, Android, iOS, & OS X.
Python FedEx is a lightweight library that wraps the FedEx API. The library's only dependencies are the suds SOAP module and Python 2.5+. The library doesn't yet work with Python 3.0. Python FedEx supports calls for shipment creation, cancellation, and tracking.
This Python library is the official client for referencing the Block.io API from a Python application. Block.io API offers a secure wallet and payment service for transacting the three most common cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Doge, & LiteCoin). The Block.io API can be used to return balances, conduct withdrawals and account maintenance, and return user IDs & addresses associated with a specific account.