Mashups using the same API (248)
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.
On November 26th, 2012 the ProgrammableWeb API directory reached the milestone of 8,000 APIs. This is a long way from the 32 APIs ProgrammableWeb started out with back in the Summer of 2005.
W3C Pointer Lock
||The W3C Pointer Lock API is a specification that defines an API for providing scripted access to raw mouse movement data while also locking a mouse event's target to a single element and hiding the...||Tools||10.18.2016|
||The W3C FindText API document specifies an API that allows developers to use a variety of selection criteria to find a range of text in a document or part of a document. This specification is mostly...||Tools||10.05.2016|
||TinEye's MatchEngine API offers image recognition capabilities that can find duplicates and derivatives of existing images in an image collection. This API compares incoming profile or UGC images...||Recognition||09.29.2016|
||The Reposify API allows developers to gain insights about devices connected to the public Internet worldwide. Since the API is based on REST principles, it offers ease of use for writing and testing...||Search||09.29.2016|
Body Labs Blue
||The Body Labs Blue API allows developers to predict a customer's clothing size based on their height and weight. Body Labs Blue uses AI and machine learning algorithms to predict 19 additional,...||Clothing||09.28.2016|