Mashups using the same API (60)
This mashup uses the Instagram API to arrange a slideshow of kitten photos. Sit back, Relax, and enjoy the festivities.
Displays currently 'popular' photos from Instagram.
Wouldn't it be great if you could see what the website look like before you go there? Psykoo is a visual search experience that allow you to do just that. What you see is what you get. Wrapping...
Streamzoo, an alternative to Instagram, has just released the Streamzoo API. According to the documentation, the API uses HTTP calls and returns JSON. It joins 341 photo APIs in the ProgrammableWeb directory.
For most of ProgrammableWeb's nearly six years, there were two things that always remained true about the mashup directory. First, that Google Maps is the most popular API used to create mashups. And second, that Flickr is a distant second, but well ahead of third. Recently one of these is no longer true, as the Twitter API has passed Flickr in popularity.
||The Pexels API integrates photo search into applications. Available with key authentication, HTTP requests, and JSON responses, the application is licensed under creative commons zero. It allows...||Photos||08.30.2016|
VisualSearchAPI Visual Search
||The VisualSearchAPI Visual Search integrates image and photo results by interacting with machine learning capabilities. It is available in JSON architecture with HTTP requests and XML responses.||Search||08.30.2016|
Visual Search API Duplicate Image Detection
||The VisualSearchAPI Duplicate Image Detection API provides a service to process the input images, compare and save the image signatures into a special database, allowing to identify any duplicate...||Recognition||08.12.2016|
Visual Search API Image Keyword Tagging Suggestion
||The VisualSearchAPI Image Keyword Tagging Suggestion allows users to upload an image to return multiple keywords that describe the input image. The recognition engine is based on machine learning...||Search||08.12.2016|
NASA Mars Rover Photos
||This API allows you to collect image data gathered by NASA's Curiosity, Opportunity, and Spirit rovers on Mars. Each rover has its own set of photos stored in the database, that are capable of being...||Science||08.12.2016|