Daily API RoundUp: Deepomatic, ImgServe, Receptiviti, U.S. Department of Labor

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Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Images, Government, and Natural Language Processing. Here, we summarize the new additions and how they can assist developers.

APIs

Deepomatic allows users to upload and monetize their photos and images. The Deepomatic REST API allows developers to integrate apps with Deepomatic, create new objects, manage objects. add and access databases, and search objects.

Deepomatic API
Deepomatic identifies your images and links them to buyable products. / image: Deepomatic

We've categorized the Deepomatic API under the Images category.

ImgServe allows developers to edit photos in real-time by editing the image's URL. Users can upload images and ImgServe API will deliver modified images as their URLs are changed. Use ImgServe to crop, modify formats, resize or watermark images. This API is also listed under the Images category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Images APIs.

 

U.S. Department of Labor Sweat & Toil API allows developers to integrate information on child labor and forced labor into their applications. The Sweat & Toil app is designed to help users be more conscientious about where they spend their money.

API for Child Labor Reports data
This U.S. Department of Labor API provides data from ILAB publications on Child Labor & Forced Labor / image: DOL/ILAB

This API is listed under the Government category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Government APIs.

Use the Receptiviti API to analyze unstructured text for personality, tone, and emotion. Receptiviti API's core IP, the Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC), provides the language-psychology based text analysis with a dictionary of nearly 6,400 words, word stems, and select emoticons. We've listed the Receptiviti API under the Natural Language Processing category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Natural Language Processing APIs.

FastBill, based in Germany, creates software "that helps freelancers and small businesses get paperwork done". The FastBill API offers a billing system tailored for small and medium business. It features custom template design, document archiving, and recurring billing. FastBill API is categorized under Accounting. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Accounting APIs.

TipsGo builds money management apps and provides APIs for accessing information about cities countries, or currency. Use the Tips City API to access information on a city's population, location (latitude and longitude), and country. Use the City List API will return a list of cities with country and sub-division information. The City Search API returns a list of cities whose name matches the specified search text. We've categorized the TipsGo City APIs under the Cities category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Cities APIs.

Be sure to read the next Images article: Google Cloud Vision API Aims to Mainstream Image Analysis

 

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