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We've added 10 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in such categories as Customer Service, Astronomy, and Natural Language Processing. Featured today are two APIs for sentiment analysis and several Bing search customization APIs. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
RevTwo is a platform that provides in-app community support for mobile users. The RevTwo API aims to provide a testing platform that enables support tools to facilitate end user testing capabilities along with a library. The platform features diagnostic tools like screen share, logging, database inspector, and file browser.The RevTwo API is listed under the Customer Service category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Customer Service APIs.
RevTwo API can be utilized for in-application support services for many different scenarios / image: RevTwo
The Orbit.ai API integrates artificial intelligence features into data applications. Orbit provides a natural language processing platform for with API methods for language processing, entity extraction, classification, and sentiment analysis. With the API, users can detect languages, identify people or places in typed text, analyze for positive or negative sentiment, and categorize text according to IPTC NewsCode standards. The Orbit.ai API is listed under the Natural Language Processing category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Natural Language Processing APIs.
Stride.ai TexSIE API allows users to collect data about text found on social media and other sources based on sentiment and machine learning algorithms. API methods allow users to get the sentiment of a document, keywords, sentences, entities, tweet or any kind of text blob. The API can recognize people, cities, organizations and more within text, can determine whether text is positive, negative or neutral, and can generate a short summary of text. This API is listed under the Sentiment category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Sentiment APIs.
TexSIE API provides sentiment analysis of text from social media, such as this yelp review / screenshot: Stride.ai
Microsoft's Bing provides multiple APIs for developers to enhance search within applications. Listed here are Bing APIs that we've recently added to the directory.
Bing Video Search API returns a list of relevant videos from a search query, and offers metadata such as publisher and creator info, encoding format, video length, and view count. This API provides a list of videos similar to the "Bing.com/Videos" site, but the experience is not exact, and the videos must be displayed in the same order of the response.
Bing Autosuggest API offers an intelligent autocompletion service by sending a partial search query to Bing. Suggestions can include user intent such as relevant weather information.
Bing News Search API returns a list of world news from a search query which can be filtered by local news, topic, and searchable metadata. Results include information such as authoritative images, related news, and provider. This API provides a list of news similar to the "Bing.com/News" site, but the experience is not exact.
Bing Image Search API returns a list of relevant images from a search query which include thumbnails, full image URLs, publishing website information, and image metadata. Also, it offers several filters such as image type, layout, freshness, and license. This API provides a list of images similar to the "Bing.com/Images" site, but the experience is not exact.
Bing Web Search API returns a list of relevant results from a search query which may include images, videos, and news. Results can be customized with functionality such as safe-search level, spelling suggestions, related queries, and location based results. This API provides a list of results similar to the "Bing.com/Search" site, but the experience is not exact, and the individual results must be displayed in the same order of the response.
The Helioviewer project consists of over one million images of the Sun spanning the past 15 years. Screenshots can be compiled into videos and can include marker pins, text labels, region polygons, and scale indicators. Up to three images layers can be used to generate videos. The Helioviewer Screenshots API, which gives users the ability to create custom screenshots of image data from the Helioviewer project. The Helioviewer Movies API enables users to generate videos from images in the Helioviewer database. The Helioviewer Movies API creates movies by assembling solar images from specific dates and coordinates defined by the user. Movies may contain 10-300 frames. Video formats include: mp4, webm, and flv.