The Pixabay Android Sample Code by Marcos Ambrosi demonstrates how to implement the API into applications. A simple image fetcher project is available at https://github.com/CodigoDelSurAndroidDevs/CDSSampleProject/blob/master/AndroidSampleProject.iml
You-Tracker.com offers a free web service that allows websites to resize images to a specified height and width. Programmatic access to the service comes through the You Tracker Image Resizer API. The service allows users to preserve image quality percentage, aspect ratio, and can prevent enlargement. The API eliminates the need to manually resize images and users need not wait for images to load.
Something new sprang up in the Flickr App Garden last month: "This is my Cam!" by Chris Martin (the San Francisco-based hacker, not that guy from Coldplay). Inspired by music sharing site This Is My Jam and built during Photo Hack Day 3, "This is my Cam!" uses the Flickr API to catalog the different cameras that were used to capture a particular user's photos.
Google has long been a major proponent of open source initiatives. With an ever-growing participation in open source projects, pinning down Google resources on a particular project can be a challenge. Opensource.google.com will now serve as a single site to curate all things open source at Google.