With Gyazo, users can capture and share screen images in social media. The main value of this API is that besides pictures, Gyazo also supports GIF and video formats that can be captured when the record screen is held for until 7 seconds. Developers can use the application to upload new images with this API in REST and JSON parameters. In the site, Gyazo displays requirements, parameters and responses along with instructions to facilitate API creation. They also recommend developers to register in order to get authentication by client_id or OAuth2.
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12-07-18 12:02:59[Sample Source Code] Gyazo Ruby Sample Code updated with Related API Gyazo