This is the official Java SDK is made by Getty Images for developers to construct applications in Java that interact more conveniently with the Getty Images Connect API. Requirements for consumption include the Android SDK, IntelliJ IDEA >/= 13 , and "Getty Test" account credentials. The repository details how to install the dependencies and supplies code snippets to be inserted into Java projects. Using the API, one may incorporate Getty's digital content, search technology, and metadata into publishing tools, products and services. The API can be used to perform a search for images from extensive creative and editorial catalogs to retrieve image metadata or download files. For a full listing of code examples and API behaviors, developers can view the Getty Images API documentation hosted on the Getty GitHub channel.
Our API directory now includes 34 streaming APIs. The newest is the Furk.net API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Tinysong API. We list 6 Tinysong mashups. Below you'll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of streaming APIs.
Taking photos is great but what good are all those pictures if you can't share them with others? We come across lots of photo mashups and below we'll take a look at some of the best that have recently been added. These mashups share and search for images geographically, view pictures posted on Instagram photo steams and even push photos between phones. Popular APIs such as the Flickr API and GoogleMaps API are featured multiple times as expected. Meanwhile relative newcomer Instagram, which we previously covered, is proving to be increasingly popular with developers appearing three times.
Our API directory now includes 43 metadata APIs. The newest is the OpenStreetMap Taginfo API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Calais API. We list 17 Calais mashups. Below you'll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of metadata APIs.