Mashups using the same API (833)
Compare your musical interests with your last.fm friends and neighbors. See what's similar between you and your friends as well as what's different; and in the process discover music or artists that...
List artist events from Last.FM on a map. A student project from The University of Technology, Sydney.
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In this installment of our mashup case study series we speak to Matt Riggott, a developer in Reykjavik, Iceland. He created his music event mashup, Ripped Records, when he lived in Scotland to help him and others discover upcoming concerts. Riggott tells us he believes that showing off this side project to his now-boss "clinched" the job offer and the move to Iceland.
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.
The Moodstocks API provides image recognition services that developers can integrate into their mobile and web applications. The image recognition API allows developers to add reference images and define them--a process that in turn can be used when identifying objects in images. Developers can build a catalog of these reference images, establishing their own definition of what objects mean. Using the API, application users would then submit pictures for recognition.
||The POPCheck API allows for easy and secure programmatic access to save and retrieve all elements of the POPCheck service. Some of the API features are: take photos on-site tagged with Site, Campaign...||Marketing||11.07.2015|
Mopidy Data Model
||The Mopidy Data Model API transfers data to implement music streaming features into an application. Parameters access artists' name, composers, performers, and track release date. Available with JSON...||Music||10.09.2015|
||The Mopidy Core API allows to implement music streaming features into applications based on the cloud. With responses in JSON, developers can manage tracklist, playback, music library, mixer, and...||Music||10.09.2015|
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|