Mashups using the same API (633)
Innovative prototype for exploring Flickr photos. Point the application at a feed, like CNN, it then renders the news in photos by matching tagged photos to words from the news.
Meta search tool from a group of students at Allegheny College. Results from many search engines and social services.
Search multiple photo sharing sites. Has technology that quantifies colors like red or blue in images, making it possible to show search results by color. Search phrases like: red flower in spring.
There is nothing more satisfying than sharing that once in a lifetime shot with the world, except maybe seeing that it has been viewed by a few thousand people. These kinds of stats have been collected by Flickr for quite some time, and now they are available to developers thanks to some new functions added to the Flickr API.
Recently, blogging service Posterous thought it would try and help ease the burden of moving from other places on the web to its blogging platform by developing a bunch of migration tools. All of these tools were built on other services' open APIs and designed to go in, grab your content, and republish it through Posterous maintaining as much metadata as possible. Things were fine until photo-hosting service Twitpic caught wind and cut of Posterous' API access.
Instagram is one of those early adopter favorites that quickly crossed the chasm to more mainstream users, at least within my social network. Take that popularity, mix it with an apparent desire to buy shirts, and it was inevitable that someone would use the Instagram API to create wearable mashups. In fact, there are at least three such services, each with its own twist.
||The Placeit API allows developers to have their own mockup generator right on their website and within apps. It comes complete with access to a variety of realistic templates from Placeit’s public...||Marketing||09.28.2016|
Verizon Personal Cloud Storage
||Verizon Cloud allows users to access and manage their content on any of their devices, even when they are on-the-go. If you are a developer, you can use Verizon Personal Cloud Storage APIs to create...||Storage||09.21.2016|
||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|