This Ruby sample code for clarify demonstrates how to change the filename to be consistent with video processing and simplifies the includes to be markdown instead of html. Clarify allows you to extract knowledge from audio and video content. The API calls use the standard HTTP methods GET, POST, PUT and DELETE to perform operations on resources. It handles authentication, the HTTP aspects, and wraps commonly needed functionality in language-specific constructs, with responses that are in the hypermedia JSON format HAL. Clarify.io is an Audio and Video API service company that allows software developers to extract information from their audio and video recordings.
If there is one thing governments do exceedingly well, it's collect data. What they don’t do as well is make that data available in a way that is particularly useful. Looking to change that dynamic, Splunk has begun working with the White House on a Regulations.gov initiative to make it easier to mine the trove of government data.
“Flash Player is dead. Its time has passed... It crashes a lot. It requires constant security updates. It doesn't work on most mobile devices. It's a fossil, left over from the era of closed standards and unilateral corporate control of Web technology.” The words of the Occupy Flash have come true.
Zenserp provides developers with search engine result page (SERP) data via APIs. The company claims that its APIs are designed to closely mimic human search behavior in an effort to provide the most useful data. Today Zenserp has announced a new image recognition API.