Chute is a service for managing and displaying media files in applications and on websites.
The Chute API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Chute with other applications. Some example API methods include managing user information, adding and managing media files, and accessing comments.
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The Chute Node.js SDK by Chute allows API communication to access albums and assets. With the SDK, developers can organize and store photos and videos, useful to implement interactivity into visual marketing applications.
The Chute iOS SDK by Chute allows API communication to interact with clients, assets, albums, and responses. In addition to visual integration, developers can implement hearts and comments to interact socially.
The Chute Android SDK by Chute allows API communication to interact with photos and videos. Tasks guide users to upload, display, and organize visual content, while social tasks instruct to heart and comment on assets.
The Chute Ruby SDK by Chute wraps the API to access organization and storage of visual and digital content. Photos and videos in the majority of cases. A how to use guide, configuration, and test are available as resources on GitHub.