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!
Cycling in the UK is not only a popular past time but and also a real commuting choice. The UK has numerous defined cycle routes and many towns and cities have designated cycling lanes and more recently London introduced a cycling scheme fondly referred to as Boris' Bikes after the current Mayor of London. Since more and more people are using a bicycle as a preferred method of transport, and with cyclists having a different selection of routes, on top of the ordinary street network, than alternative transportation methods, it makes sense for there to be a need for a bicycle journey planning web application and API.
Podio is a web service that aims to provide a customizable online workplace. There are a lot of apps, and you can set up and position your dashboard as you please. However, sometimes the app you want isn't in the set. In that case, they also offer the Podio API to code your own custom apps for use within your Podio workspace.
Today, the LinkedIn engineering team will announce the open source release of its Rest.li API Hub. LinkedIn released Rest.li as open source just over a year ago. In that time, adoption has been swift and now over half of remote calls use Rest.li. In a nutshell, Rest.li constitutes a REST framework for building scalable RESTful architectures