Mashups using the same API (633)
A site about unforgettable hotels. We use a Wordpress blog in order to present the news about the trendy and hip hotels.
Website analytics and classification mashup Lionyzer analyzes content, environment, current popularity and other parameters, assigns a grade and provides helpful advice to improve a site.
MyPunchbowl.com is a new website that provides an easy, comprehensive, and personal way to plan an at-home party. MyPunchbowl includes a useful mashup of party stores searchable by zip code,...
The process of taking your photos and sharing them online with your friends has never been easier. There are several services available to do that today like TwitPic, YFrog and others. The success of Instagram even led to an unofficial API, which was subsequently shut down to be eventually replaced with its official API. The photo sharing services space seems ripe for the emergence of APIs, which in turn might trigger the next round of innovation from developers.
Access to software that performs complex operations has been, and can still be, costly. Paying for expensive licenses can mean an alternative solution has to be sought or worse still, a feature won't be developed at all. Thanks to virtualization and a many other cloud features, we've seen these complex operations offered as services at a fraction of the cost. One such complex operation is that of facial recognition. This software hasn't seemed accessible at all with only applications such as Google Picasa, Apple's iPhoto, Facebook and more recently XBox Kinect being the most obvious examples where it has been used. These are big companies with big money to spend. This now changes as Face.com is offering a free to use face recognition API for photos.
Photo APIs have long been a staple of developer applications. There are more than 350 photo APIs in the ProgrammableWeb directory and almost 800 photo mashups. However, most applications integrate with photo sharing services, like the Flickr API and Instagram API, missing the real power of photo APIs. This post identifies four ways that APIs are getting smart by using image recognition technology to find faces, words and more.
Fotolia Print on Demand
||The Fotolia Print on Demand API allows to integrate image library features into ready to print applications. Requests and responses can be sent and received in JSON and REST formats. Developers can...||Photos||09.25.2015|
||The Fotolia Intranet API allows to access data to search, filter, organize, and download images. Requests and responses are available in REST and JSON formats. Developers can access with API Key. The...||Photos||09.25.2015|
||The pwint.ly API allows merchants to register images and photographs from their own galleries with Pwint.ly's system. Pwint.ly then provides unique URLs which customers can follow to purchase a...||Printing||09.24.2015|
||The Deepomatic REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Deepomatic with other applications. Some example API methods include creating new objects, managing objects....||Images||09.21.2015|
||The Unsplash API allows developers to integrate their applications with the API services, enabling their users to submit their photos to the Unplash platform directly from the applications....||Photos||09.02.2015|