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This week we’re spotlighting the Flickr API, one of our most consistently popular APIs. Flickr is the fourth most used API in our directory appearing in over 600 mashups. Each of the mashups below leverage Flickr and have been named mashup of the day since August.
As expected since Twitter photos was announced in June, the microblogging company has activated photo-tweeting from the Twitter API. With it, any application will be able to upload an image to Twitter's servers as part of a tweet. Adding images via the API follows Twitter's recent inclusion of the service for all users on its flagship website.
Kooaba offers image recognition through its Kooaba API, allowing you to compile metadata on objects in your photos. This can be used for product recognition and pricing, but could also be used to augment personal photo collections, which can be so large that they are nearly impossible to search by hand. There are tons of use cases for image recognition and this API should really open up the field and bring more applications to market.
Domain Connect SmugMug
||The Domain Connect SmugMug API provides a protocol to connect service providers such as SmugMug with domain name services. The API allows developers to configure SmugMug features with domain names...||Domains||11.23.2016|
||The Car Imagery API allows developers to search for stock photographs of cars by make, model, and (optionally) year and trim. The API is available in both free and paid versions, although the free...||Photos||11.07.2016|
TomTom Camera Media Server
||The TomTom Camera Media Server API is a RESTful platform for accessing the media server functionalities of the TomTom Bandit Action Cam. The API is equipped with innovative camera features, such as...||Cameras||11.01.2016|
||SandCage offers a dedicated infrastructure as a service integration focused on website optimization, and file handling. Developers can integrate with SandCage to solve scalability, redundancy, and...||Images||10.23.2016|
||The OpenStack Freezer API operates as a systems backup solution. The RESTful API can be used to restore systems or applied in disaster recovery procedures. OpenStack, the API’s provider, manages bulk...||Storage||10.19.2016|