Mashups using the same API (1)
Something new sprang up in the Flickr App Garden last month: "This is my Cam!" by Chris Martin (the San Francisco-based hacker, not that guy from Coldplay). Inspired by music sharing site This Is My Jam and built during Photo Hack Day 3, "This is my Cam!" uses the Flickr API to catalog the different cameras that were used to capture a particular user's photos.
Can dealing with a difficult API provider be like trying to solve the puzzles in a classic text adventure game? In an amusing blog post entitled The Quest for the UPS API over at Ruby Discoveries and Idioms, the trials and tribulations of dealing with the United Parcel Service API has been parodied as an old-school adventure game.
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|