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Photographs, graphics, and animations are vital to enhance websites and applications in order to attract users' attentions, give them visual information and even invoke emotions. Developers wanting to add image services to appications may appreciate this list of ten popular Images APIs.
Seven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Images, Scheduling and Games. Included is an API for simplifying the creation of applications with linked data, and an API that removes the background of images. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
The Internet would be a very lifeless place if it weren't for animations. Developers wanting to make their applications come alive with animations, or simply add data about animations to them, need to find the proper APIs. Here are eleven of the most popular Animation APIs from ProgrammableWeb.
Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Accounting, Collaboration and Animation. Included is an API to search for Anime scenes from a still image, and an API for adding enterprise payroll functions to applications. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Seven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Games, Animals, and Images. Highlights include an API which returns data from the FBI Wanted lists and an API for identity verification from images. Here's a rundown of the latest API additions for developers.
A few years back Google introduced ML Kit, an SDK that lets mobile developers add machine learning to their apps. Recently, Google announced two new APIs (Entity Extraction and Selfie Segmentation) would be added to ML Kit to allow developers to create richer in-app experiences.
Six APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Bitcoin, Images, Search, Email and Food. Highlights include an API that allows users to optimize search algorithms and an API for email testing. Here's a rundown of the latest additions for developers.
Bees360, a deep learning and drone technology company, has released an underwriting platform API. Bees360 applies its technology specifically to property underwriting and claim inspections industry, and the API is meant to streamline underwriting efforts based on a carrier’s needs.
Planet, an Earth-imaging API provider, has introduced a new Developer Trial Program. The program allows developers to use Planet’s suite of APIs before signing up and paying for production use. Trial users receive an actual API key that allows real requests and receives real data.
Unsplash, an online image provider, has released an open image dataset. The new library currently contains over 2 million high quality images, with 16GB of accompanying data. The accompanying data includes keyword-image conversions, community and AI-generated keywords, EXIF, and more
Planet Labs Inc., a provider of high-resolution imaging solutions via their SkySat satellite constellation, has announced plans to release a cloud-based dashboard and accompanying API. Partnering companies will be able to use the new tools to automate satellite imaging task requests.
Digital cameras and mobile phones have transformed the photography world. Developers wanting to tap into that enormous area should check out the resources on ProgrammableWeb, including over 500 APIs. In this article we highlight the ten most popular Photos APIs based on our user's interest.
Last week, Facebook announced its acquisition of Giphy. The Giphy team will become part of Instagram which has enjoyed API integration with Giphy for quite some time. The question becomes, how will app integrations outside of the Facebook family be impacted by the acquisition?
Google recently announced the Display & Video 360 API. The API supports the company’s consolidated marketing platform and was designed to provide access to asynchronous Structured Data File (SDF) download functionality. Google has announced the first significant round of updates to this API.
Instagram had previously reported that the company would deprecate the Legacy API platform on March 2nd, 2020. As that date approached Instagram was forced to delay the deprecation date until March 31, 2020, to provide developers the time needed to transition.
The Google Cloud Vision API will no longer provide gender determination as part of its image analysis functionality. The announcement directly affects the ‘LABEL_DETECTION’ function of the API which prior to today would return labels such as ‘woman’ or ‘man’.
Keesing Technologies, a provider of ID verification solutions that enable partners to prevent identity fraud in a variety of applications, has announced a new API that uses facial recognition software to enhance the company’s AuthentiScan products.
TikTok is expanding the editing platforms from which content providers can publish to TikTok with the Share to TikTok SDK. At launch, seven platforms are available for integration including Enlight Videoleap, Plotaverse, PicsArt, Momento GIF Maker, Medal.tv, Fuse.it, and Adobe Premiere Rush.
Zenserp provides developers with search engine result page (SERP) data via APIs. The company claims that its APIs are designed to closely mimic human search behavior in an effort to provide the most useful data. Today Zenserp has announced a new image recognition API.
Instagram's legacy API platform will deprecate on March 2, 2020. The features which Facebook will keep alive will be accessed through the Facebook Graph API. With the many privacy concerns Facebook has faced in the past few years, privacy is a major concern of the transition.