Jux is a service designed to help users showcase their digital media - such as text, photos, and videos - without the ads or clutter of other media sharing sites. Users can extensively customize the media they wish to share and then present it to viewers in fullscreen on any desktop computer, iPad, or iPhone. Jux allows developers to retrieve information on users, posts, and galleries from Jux in JSON, JSONP, or CORS formats.
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