Key benefits: - Connect your app to just one photo source account instead of many various photo sources; - Includes the most popular social media and cloud storage sources such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google Photos, Amazon CloudDrive, Microsoft OneDrive… - No need to maintain API connectivity with ever changing sources; - All photos are streamed from original sources, not copied; - Compatibility with an ever growing number of mobile apps and web services; - Easy and fast plug-and-play implementation to immediately give your users a rich photo access experience right within your app or web service leading to increased user engagement; - Reduced user churn and application drop off. Users don’t leave your app to get their pictures from Instagram or Flickr anymore; - Totally free to you and your users!
Stack Overflow, the innovative and popular programming question and answer service, is planning to open an API. In keeping with their community-centric approach, they are asking developers for input on what features should be included in their API.
Klout is currently putting the finishing touches on a new version of its API. The company has started a private beta with selected partners, and ProgrammableWeb had the chance to catch an early glimpse of what is to come in this new Klout API.
With President Barack Obama being sworn into office for a second term a lot of thoughts will naturally turn to how narrow his re-election actually was. The president did surprisingly well by carrying a much larger number of swing states than anybody thought possible. But each of those victories only came about because the turnout for the president was much higher than most anyone has expected in those states with the possible exception of the team of programmers that build the social media applications for the Obama for America campaign.