TinEye offers reverse search image. It works by providing an image to display where the image is on the web. Useful for brand's presence and person's influence. This is a TinEye Node.js library shared by collaborator Andrew Sliwinski. It contains installation, basic use, and testing. Andrew is the co-founder of DIY.org and the director of learning products at Mozilla Foundation. Reach firstname.lastname@example.org
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Search, OCR and Fashion. Highlights include several APIs from 0effort for simple integration, and the Revery API which retailers can use for showcasing fashions. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Windows Phone 8.1 adds compelling user-facing features, but it's a bit of a mystery just how much developers will be able to take advantage of them. The revised smartphone operating system from Microsoft will hit the street as soon as May in new hardware, and will be distributed to existing handsets by the summer months.