Mashups using the same API (703)
Forget uploading resumes or filling out forms on some job board. Backend-as-a-service company Parse is inviting potential hires to apply via its Parse API. In what initially looks like an added barrier to entry, the company is hoping its cheeky and geeky move will attract the sort of developers who think in JSON.
Messaging just got a lot more interesting to look at. Words say a lot, but a picture is worth a thousand of them; imagine the levels of communication that could be achieved using both. Doodle Republic is a messaging platform that provides the tools to create messages that include words and images. Basically, people chat by creating their own art and sending it to friends as a Chatoon. The Doodle Republic Chatoon API makes this functionality available to developers who may want to include it in other applications.
||The Cricket [Unofficial] API is a project that is dedicated to providing an easy to use RESTful Cricket API for application developers. Currently Match API is up and running and Player API will be...||Sports||01.06.2016|
||Aligulac Statistics aims to make predictions of the video game StarCraft 2. The API is available to access statistical data in JSON format with Api Key authentication. Features include ranking, teams...||Statistics||12.28.2015|
WebPurify Video Moderation
||Video moderation on demand. Our live moderators are available 24x7 365 days a year to protect your users and brand. We never crowdsource. Quickly integrate our live moderators into your application...||Video||12.21.2015|
||NGRAIN is an augmented reality and interactive 3D platform for industrial applications. Use it to monitor equipment during manufacturing or in the field and improve efficiency. The API is available...||Augmented Reality||12.07.2015|
Cognitec Facial Recognition
||The Cognitec Facial Recognition API allows developers to integrate its facial recognition capabilities into their own applications. Cognitec provides face localization and tracking for images and...||Recognition||12.05.2015|