Doodle Republic allows users to chat with each other using their own artwork to create messages known as Chatoons. Users can create and customize images in Doodle Republic's browser-based Art Lab. The resulting images can be used in chats, or they can be saved, shared, or made into e-cards. Doodle Republic provides pre-made cartoon characters that users can include in their Chatoons. Users can access Doodle Republic's Chatoon services programmatically using a SOAP-based API.
Of the many APIs we published this week, fourteen were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those fourteen, which included the Stamps.com API. The Stamps.com API provides web-based applications or ecommerce site with a platform allowing users to generate USPS shipping labels in virtually any technology environment
Messaging just got a lot more interesting to look at. Words say a lot, but a picture is worth a thousand of them; imagine the levels of communication that could be achieved using both. Doodle Republic is a messaging platform that provides the tools to create messages that include words and images. Basically, people chat by creating their own art and sending it to friends as a Chatoon. The Doodle Republic Chatoon API makes this functionality available to developers who may want to include it in other applications.
ChatShipper enables multi-channel messaging in chat contact center applications. The API allows developers to programmatically retrieve resources such as user information, user avatars, organizations...