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.
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The Blitline Java SDK by Blitline communicates with the API to access document and image processing. Developers can try an example available at https://github.com/chrylis/blitline-java-client/tree/master/blitline-image-client-example