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We've added six new APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in Mapping, Search, and Validation categories, among others. Here, we summarize the new additions and how they can assist developers.
Google Earth Engine has a large public data catalog of earth observation satellite imagery, elevation data, atmospheric data and more. The Google Earth Engine API lets users run algorithms on the georeferenced imagery and vectors and provides a library of functions to apply to imagery for display & analysis.
PopKey is an animated GIF keyboard with access to an extensive collection of GIFs. Use the PopKey RESTful API to search for GIFs by category or popularity and generate lists of similar types of content or generate content randomly.
PopKey application screenshots / image: PopKey
Wherrelz provides IT, web development, and CRM solutions for businesses. The Wherrelz QR Code Generator API is Cloud based and keeps your data private. Use the API to quickly generate QR Codes for your business. We've categorized this API under the QR Codes category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of QR Codes APIs.
The NumVerify API allows developers a way to validate International and National phone numbers. Requests are made using a simple URL structure, and results are delivered in JSON format. We've categorized the NumVerify API under the Validation category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Validation APIs.
E-Coin is a Bitcoin debit card & multisig wallet that allows users to spend bitcoin anywhere. E-Coin Account API allows developers to set up accounts for users. An API account is required for use. We've categorized the ccc API under the Bitcoin category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Bitcoin APIs.