The ACME Animated QR Code Generator API hosts a RESTful Web Service for creating animated codes including QR codes in real time. Animation creation requests and animation updates are communicated in JSON, while animations are delivered in mp4, gif, or png and zip for individual frames. Animated QR codes provide 'call to action' scan targets for users and can be embedded with a company's branding, logo, or campaign. Clients requiring large volume animated QR codes and/or automated code creation can use the API directly. Individual making retail purchases can use ACME's online interactive 'Coderunner' QR code generator.
The api provides near realtime creation of highly customized animations for any arbitrary scannable codes (including QR codes) - down to each individual tile - with the highest quality standards of the Visual Effects Industry.
The Internet would be a very lifeless place if it weren't for animations. Developers wanting to make their applications come alive with animations, or simply add data about animations to them, need to find the proper APIs. Here are eleven of the most popular Animation APIs from ProgrammableWeb.
QR Codes (Quick Response Codes) are a type of barcode that can be read from a smartphone camera. Developers wishing to create applications that can create or read QR Codes can use Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs, to get the job done. Here we highlight the most popular APIs for QR Codes.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Insurance, Books, Subtitles and Podcasts. Highlights include an API for automatically generating custom animated QR codes and an API for the ListenNotes podcast search engine. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Lazarus Forms is a developer-friendly API that uses A.I. to extract key-value pairs as JSONs from any fax, form, or PDF. It's handwriting compatible and requires no training, meaning it works out of...