As though spoken by the character Yoda from Star Wars movies, the service accepts user-submitted text and returns a translation. Based on a paper by an unknown author posted on the web and linked from the service site, the translation rules are. Output text rephrases jokes, email text, song lyrics, etc.
Of a text string or passage and return a translated version, API methods support submission. Herh herh herh.
Every once in awhile we stumble across an API that is “watercooler talk” worthy. Often these APIs are revolutionary in the way that they affect how an industry operates, other times they are just really cool and waste a lot of our time. This past week's addiction was the Yoda Speak API.
The IAG British Airways In Flight Entertainment API allows developers to get the latest in-flight entertainment information for British Airways flights. Information is available for flights occurring...