This cURL code sample shows the functionality of how to create a simple client application using the ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK. It uses HTTP POST and HTTP GET methods for sending data to an HTTP server and allows you to use the processing power as you need with zero IT costs and no installation required. This includes Receipt recognition, Checkmark and Business Card recognition, Field-level recognition, Quick Start Guides and more. To run any of the code samples, you will need the Application ID and password.
In the highly competitive world of app development it is crucial to understand how end users are interacting with applications. TappingStone analyses user information that is pulled from an application via the TappingStone API and provides a set of predictions that could allow an application to adapt in real-time. TappingStone could, for example, decide what users in a freemium setting are likely to become paid customers and offer them a promotion to ensure they stay around.
Mimeo.com just launched a new area to support its family of APIs, print marketplaces and enterprise print integration tools. Developers can build applications that offer print-on-demand services, using the Mimeo Connect Cloud Print API. Mimeo.com has long had a SOAP API, but has recently built an easier-to-use RESTful API for developers.
The emergence of platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings as a foundation to build applications in a way that abstracts traditional middleware is proving to be a boon for developers in the age of the cloud. The challenge is that there is no such thing as a single cloud. The cloud actually consists of a mix of programmable platforms that lie both inside and out of the traditional enterprise. Apprenda wants to make it easier to invoke those cloud resources with the inclusion of an API that allows developers to dynamically scale resources in response to user traffic demands or a specific policy requirement within the PaaS environment.