Blitline is a pay-as-you-go image processing service. It allows users to chain together operations on images and, when processing is complete, push them to the user's preferred online photo storage service. Blitline's API allows users to create image processing jobs programmatically using JSON-formatted REST calls.
Blitline also offers the Blitshots API, which allows users to take a screenshot of a website and then run additional Blitline operations on it. It functions the same way as Blitline's primary API does, with only minor modifications to calls.
Of the many APIs we published this week, eleven were highlighted on the blog by our team of bloggers. In this post, we will launch those eleven into the spotlight, which include the TitanTV API. TitanTV is an online TV guide service that provides accurate over-the-air and satellite TV line-ups for a user’s specific area, utilizing geo-location technology. The TitanTV API allows users to access information on these line-ups as well as retrieve recording schedule entries. To learn more about the TitanTV APi visit the TitanTV site as well as the TitanTV API blog post.
Image processing probably isn't the most exhilarating part of creating a website, and a tool that could take care of all of that would definitely be appealing. Blitline is a cloud based image processing platform that works on a pay-as-you-go basis. The Blitline API allows users to submit thousands of jobs to be processed and pushed to their online photo storage service, using a simple JSON interface.
Outfit's Make API enables developers to print web content into images and PDFs. Methods are available to make the images and PDFs and to retrieve status about created requests to the API. The API is...